two completely different systems. • No central registry of site URLs. • Most templates expect the context of a “loop” over one or more “posts”, all managed in globals. • Creating new DB tables not kosher; no custom entities except by repurposing posts, users, terms.
• WordPress is a kids’ toy • WordPress is just for blogging • The backend is built for tiny sites only WordPress folks say… • Drupal is a byzantine nightmare • All the configuration is in the database • The backend is alienating to non-technical folks
form workflows, wide arrays of content types) • Others suggest WP (lots of media management, challenging editorial culture) • Speaking from authority on both platforms can be incredibly powerful for both sales and strategy.