Category : Drupal

The default Drupal installation comes bundled with a few themes that you can change from your administration area. 1. From your admin panel, go to Administer -> Site building -> Themes. 2. Once you’ve found a theme, select the Enabled and Default check box and radio button. Uploading a New Theme 1. If you would ..

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The Official Drupal Website – drupal.org Drupal Documentation – drupal.org/documentation Drupal Support Forums – drupal.org/forum Drupal Themes – drupal.org/project/themes Drupal Extensions – drupal.or..

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Blocks are used to show extra information on pages, as is often seen in the left or right columns of a page. 1. From your admin panel, go to Administer -> Site building -> Blocks. 2. Next, select the Add block link at the top. 3. On this screen, set a description, title, and body ..

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1. Edit the .htaccess file in your Drupal Directory. You can either do this from the Control Panel or by downloading with an FTP Program. 2. To edit from the control panel, select the File Manager icon on the Website tab. 3. Check the box next to the .htaccess file and select Edit. 3a. If ..

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Before you attempt to upgrade your Drupal installation, make sure you have Backed up Drupal. After you have made a backup, delete your Drupal files from the server as we will be replacing them. You can do this from the File Manager in the control panel, or with an FTP client. 1. First, download the ..

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1. Once you have created a new vocabulary and have added terms, you can use it to add new content to your site. If you selected the tags and required settings and set the vocabulary to pages, the create new page will look similar to this: The tags option will auto complete the vocabulary field ..

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There are a few different things you can do to optimize the performance of your Drupal installation. 1. First, enable Drupal’s caching system. You can do this by going to Administer -> Site Configuration -> Performance. Here, change the values for Caching Mode to Normal and Block Cache to Enabled. Once changed, click the Save ..

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1. You can manage users in Drupal by going to Administer -> User Management. 2. You will have five sections here, here is a short explanation of each: Access Rules – from here you can define the access rules for your Drupal installation. You can disallow users, emails, and IP addresses. Permissions – in this ..

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1. You can enable or disable modules in Drupal by going to Administer -> Site building -> Modules. 2. Drupal comes with many useful modules, each will have a brief description of what they do. More modules are available, and you can download them at The Drupal Modules Official Resource. To enable or disable a ..

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