When I started Broadbandblog, I barely had any idea about “categories” or “tags”. Ever since I started working on Drupal (for another site), I realized the power of content management system (CMS) and tags. Drupal allows an amazing degree of granular control over it’s modules which Word Press lacks.
Nevertheless, the categories needed to be cleaned up; as the content grows over the period of time, you’d see the “category cloud” growing up. For the time being, the best way to navigate the site is either through search or the tag cloud.
I have also experimented with ‘contextual posts’; I find this plug in to be better in terms of “recommendation”. There are some ways to change it over but it’s impossible to find anything that analyzes the content semantically in the previous posts.
Nevertheless, you’d see some more changes in the RSS feeds (for those who are smart enough to subscribe to them)!
- Introduction (cnstumors.wordpress.com)
- What is Drupal? (marketingtechblog.com)
- Hands on the Drupal 7 Beta (blogs.sitepoint.com)
- Drupal May Be The First Mainstream Semantic Web Winner – semanticweb.com (semanticweb.com)
- Which CMS to pick ? WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Silverstripe, Radiant, Browser CMS iBCScorp.com (chimac.net)
- Why Use Drupal? (marketingtechblog.com)
- What’s New in Drupal 7? (blogs.sitepoint.com)
- Do Search Engines Care If You Use Drupal? (marketingtechblog.com)