Category: Drupal

Drupal is the most powerfull CMS around!

Drupal is a free and open-source web content management framework written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License. Drupal provides a back-end framework for at least 2.3% of all websites worldwide – ranging from personal blogs to corporate, political, and government sites.

How to manage stories in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click Create content Now let’s learn how to manage stories 2) Click Story This is the Create Content page, where you can choose to create new pages or new stories...

/ 12 November 2014

How to configure your site in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the Administer link Now let’s learn how to configure our site 2) Then click Site configuration 3) Click the Administration theme link This is the Site Configuration page where we can...

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How to change your password in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the My account link Now let’s learn how to change our Drupal password 2) Then click the Edit link Scroll down This is the edit account page where we can configure...

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How to manage users in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the Administer link Now let’s learn how to manage users 2) Click the Users link here 3) Let’s add a user now…  click Add user 4) Enter a Username for the new...

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How to manage themes in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the Administer link Now let’s learn how to manage themes Themes are an easy way to change the look and feel of your Drupal site 2) Click the Themes link here...

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How to manage modules in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the Administer link Now let’s learn how to manage modules Modules are plugins that extend Drupal’s core functionality. You can add modules for blogs, search, comments, contact forms, forums, and...

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How to manage menus in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the Administer link Now let’s learn how to manage menus 2) Click the Menus link This is the Menus page where we can add, edit, or delete menus to our web...

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Maintaining your site in Drupal

Drupal series 14. Maintaining your site in Drupal This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the Administer link Now let’s learn how to maintain our Drupal web site 2) Click Site maintenance This is the Site Maintenance...

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How to install Drupal from Fantastico

Drupal series 1. How to install Drupal from Fantastico This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched the Fantastico application. 1) Now let’s learn how to install Drupal. Click the Drupal link located in the left sidebar. 2) This is the Drupal installation screen....

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Setting up your account information in Drupal

Drupal series 3. Setting up your account information in Drupal This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the My account link Now let’s learn how to setup our account information 2) Then click the Edit link This is...

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How to manage pages in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click Create content Now let’s learn how to manage pages 2) To create a new page, click the Page link here This is the Create Content page, where you can choose...

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Getting help with Drupal

Drupal series 2. Getting help with Drupal This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the Administer link Now let’s learn how to get help understanding and using Drupal 2) Then click Help This is the Drupal help...

/ 12 November 2014