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Drupal is a free modular web application framework originally written by Dries Buytaert. Drupal is written in PHP and can be used with various relational database management systems.


The diggthis Drupal module adds a Digg button to your content. If the story is not yet submitted to Digg a submit link is displayed otherwise a voting button showing the number of Diggs the story received so far is displayed.

IBM Developers Opt for Drupal

In the Using open source software to design, develop, and deploy a collaborative Web site series of articles members of the IBM Internet Technology Group show how to use open source tools to simplify the development of a relatively complicated Web site. The team describes a fictitious organization, International Business Council (IBC), that requires a Web site with the following functionality to meet their current business needs:


In this section of SEO-Expert-Blog.com you find information on our tools, that you can use to extend the functionality of the CMS Drupal. Read a short introduction to Drupal below.

Drupal is a CMS written in PHP and in the current version (4.7.2) supports the DBMS MySQL and PostgreSQL. Drupal's core system provides the essential functionality for Web based content management and due to it's flexible architecture Drupal can be easily extended with pluggable modules that enable additional features.

Drupal Modules

In this section you find information on modules I develop(ed) to extend the functionality of the content management framework Drupal. These modules are freely available for download and installation on drupal.org and are all published under the terms of the GPL.

Scoopt Words

The scoopt_words module enables admins and user's to add a banner link (badge) to the ScooptWords service to nodes. You must have a Scoopt account (membership is free) to use this module. If you do not have an account, consider using this referral link to create one or find out what this service is about.

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