- Full Description
This book focuses on the nontechnical user who is responsible for building, maintaining, and managing Drupal web sites. The book covers why you should consider using Drupal when building a new web site, what Drupal is, installing and configuring Drupal, creating and managing content, managing users, adding functionality to your web site through Drupal modules, and more advanced topics on using themes, panels, and views. By reading this book, you will:
- Understand why you should use Drupal and the power of the platform.
- Quickly build confidence in your ability to use Drupal.
- Gain the knowledge necessary to build, deploy, and manage web sites of moderate complexity on Drupal 7.
What youll learn
- What Drupal is and why you should use it
- How to install a basic Drupal web site from scratch
- How to create content in your new Drupal web site
- How to manage users on your new Drupal web site
- How to change the look and feel of your new Drupal web site through themes
- How to install and configure modules
Who this book is for
This book is for nontechnical users who need to use Drupal to manage content, as well as PHP developers who are new to Drupal.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Introduction to Drupal
- Creating and Managing Content
- Creating and Managing Users
- Creating Menus
- Installing Themes
- Drupal Blocks
- Drupal Modules
- Enabling Interactive Capabilities
- Content Types
- Administering Your Drupal Site
- Putting It All Together
- Case Study
If you think that you've found an error in this book, please let us know by emailing to email@example.com . You will find any confirmed erratum below, so you can check if your concern has already been addressed.On page Chapter 11 - Views:The layout in Drupal 7 for creating and managing views is significantly different to that shown in the book. As a Drupal newbie I'm having a hard time relating the dook to the screen - I'm getting there but it's a chore.
On page 81:
The passage reads "change the Text format select list from Filtered HTML to PHP code," but there is no option for PHP Code, but rather Full HTML and Plain Text. I tried both, but neither renders this code the way the book says it should.