25 February 2009

Using Drupal

Drupal is the most powerful, industrial-strength option amongst the open source content management systems (Drupal, Joomla, and Wordpress). But it's notoriously difficult to configure and manipulate. Hence the up-front sub-title to this publication. The answers to the problems have been supplied by designers creating plug-in modules which deliver separate functions. These all sit on top of the Drupal core. The user is left with 'only' the task of getting these modules to work together. And as anyone who has tried it will tell you, it's no mean task. That's where this guidance manual comes in. It takes you through a selection of the most basic add-on modules you'll need to get a site up and running. It's written with the latest version of Drupal in mind (6.0) and you should be warned that modules written for other versions (5.0 and earlier) are not compatible with the latest version, and ... Read more >>

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