Beginning Drupal by Jacob Redding

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A thorough introduction that lessens the learning curve to building sites with Drupal 7

Drupal 7 is the latest version of the free, open source content management system Drupal. A powerful content management system and framework Drupal has an unfortunate reputation of having a steep learning curve. This guide to Drupal 7 methodically demystifies Drupal and shortening the learning curve.

Author Jacob Redding is deeply embedded in the Drupal community, and walks first-time Drupal developers through the installation and configuration of a Drupal system. In-depth information on key areas of Drupal explore the Drupal hook system, Drupal's theming layer, and Drupal's API. You'll also get sample code, and lessons that guide you through various aspects of Drupal.Introduces you to every aspect of Drupal 7Demystifies key areas of Drupal and shortens the learning curve for even the most novice beginnerFeatures lessons and sample code that offer extra insight into a Drupal web siteExploring simple single website installations and more advanced multiple site installations that share users and/or content.Addresses how to use Drupal's theming layer to your advantage. 

With this comprehensive and clear book by your side, you will quickly learn to leverage Drupal's impressive power.

Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

 

About Jacob Redding

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Jacob Redding is an open source evangelist and technologist, and an active member in the Drupal community. In addition to managing several modules on drupal.org and providing Drupal-related training and consulting, he is also a board member on the Drupal Association.
 
Published April 20, 2010 by Wrox. 482 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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