Both Drupal and WordPress are open-source content management systems. There are some differences in both CMS and in this article I am going to explain about these differences. Then you can know that which one is best for you.
WordPress is much easier to set up and use whereas Drupal is more flexible. The main differences between Drupal and WordPress is content types, URL handling, taxonomies, plugins and themes.
Ease of Use
WordPress is best preference for beginners because it is very easy to use and manage from back end. It works fine for small or medium size websites or blogs and smaller eCommerce stores.
Whereas Drupal is difficult and powerful. It requires an understanding of PHP, HTML and CSS.
If you have less knowledge of development and you want to get familiar with CMS, then simply choose WordPress as the reason is Drupal’s back end is too much complicated.
Drupal provides in-depth reports of security and has enterprise level of security. And because many free plugins in WordPress it can be hacked easily.
Most of the plugins in WordPress can be easily hacked and if the website owner doesn’t update to the latest version or the plugin gets old. Or simply, hackers target WordPress because it is so popular. However, there are third-party plugins available increase your security.
Drupal has enterprise-level security and provides in-depth security reports, hence why you’ll find governments using it.