Drupal 7 Bible by Ric Shreves

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Guidance for administrators, content managers and web publishers on using Drupal for content management

Start building and managing web sites with the open-source content management system Drupal 7 and this in-depth guide. Whether you're new to Drupal or migrating from another system, you'll find the tips and techniques you need to understand Drupal, create a new web site, or manage an existing one. Learn how to create, modify, and delete items-and much more-with the detailed tutorials in this step-by-step guide.Teaches you how to use a Drupal site, as well as how to set up, configure, and customize a new site, including obtaining code and deploying it to a serverCovers advanced topics like multilingual content management, publishing workflows, or Views and PanelsShows you how to work with Drupal 7's new fields and custom content types

Get on the Drupal bandwagon with this complete guide.


About Ric Shreves

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Ric Shreves (Bali, Indonesia) is a freelance writer and web applications development consultant. His company, water&stone (www.waterandstone.com), specializes in the creation of websites using open source content management systems -- including Joomla! Ric has focused on content management systems since 1999 and has focused entirely on open source development since 2003. He is the past President of the Mambo Foundation, the organization that was the forerunner of the Joomla! CMS. Ric has built literally hundreds of websites on open source content management systems. Since inception in 2003, his company has deployed hundreds of websites on the Joomla! CMS. In addition to the books listed below, Ric has also written for a number of tech publications and worked previously as a columnist for ComputerWorld.
Published April 20, 2011 by Wiley. 771 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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