But sooner or later the system’s capabilities can become insufficient for providing both ultimate performance and a perfect look, at least at a desirable rate.

It was developed in the early 2000s.

Still, every so often users go from WordPress to Drupal 8.

Websites with a host of additional functions are based on this platform: community sites designed for intensive page traffic, heavy web pages with huge amounts of content, advanced sites with complex functioning — all of these don't work as well with WordPress.

If two or more of the reasons listed below apply to you, it makes sense to consider a move.

While WordPress employs themes and plugins, Drupal uses modules and extensions for configuration processing.

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