Setting up SEO-friendly Permalinks in Drupal is fairly straightforward:
1) Check “Clean URLs” setting under Administer->Site Configuration. Enable it, if not already enabled.
1a) If the option to enable is disabled (grayed out), then you may need to modify your webserver settings (check Drupal site for info), or edit your .htaccess file in your installation directory. If your . . . → Read More: Drupal Permalinks: Path, Pathauto and Token Modules
Having experimented with Drupal for a couple of weeks, I am quite impressed with the power, flexibility and usability of the “Taxonomy” feature. Drupal lets you create many different types of “contents” — including an unlimited number of “user-defined” content-types. But any site that is going to contain a large amount of data stored in any . . . → Read More: Drupal Taxonomy: Organize Your Content
While categories work reasonably well on WordPress to help you keep your content organized, it would really be good to have separate “contexts” or “sites” if you are going to post articles or wide ranging topics. For example, if you want to use the same blog to write about current events, as well as something like . . . → Read More: Managing Wide Range Of Topics: Drupal vs. WordPress MU?
After attempting many different ways to workaround Drupal installation problems on Yahoo SBWH, I had no choice but to relocate to another hosting service. It is quite some effort to move an established blog site to another host, and add to that the time it takes to get your domain moved.
Besides the Drupal problem, the Yahoo . . . → Read More: Site Relocation