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Using Drupal For a Kick-Butt Website Part 2
Friday, June 15, 2012 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
This is part Two of a two-part set of classes. (4 hours total)
Drupal is a website building framework kinda like Wordpress, but not.
There are those who say that WP is best for blogs and those who say
that Drupal is better for blogs. That's up to you to decide. However,
if you are ready for more than just a blog, if you need a shop, a
customer forum, a place for coworkers to communicate, and more, then
Drupal may be the best tool in the shed. The New York Times, Popular
Science, The White House, MegaGames, California Institute of the Arts
and Cooper University Hospital are just a few examples of the sites
that are built on Drupal.
In the first hour you will learn about basic Drupal concepts like
people and roles, content types, and taxonomies. We'll take a peek at
some of the modules that are out there as we play the game "Can Drupal
Do That?" Then you'll learn how to find great free and low-cost
pre-built themes for your site. Finally, we'll do a walk through of a
live Drupal 7 install process. You'll go home with a list of free
tutorials and other resources for your Drupal site.
Our instructor is Lisha Sterling from Mothership Hackermoms.