Drupal 7 Bible

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John Wiley & Sons, 20 avr. 2011 - 768 pages
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 server
  • Covers advanced topics like multilingual content management, publishing workflows, or Views and Panels
  • Shows you how to work with Drupal 7's new fields and custom content types

Get on the Drupal bandwagon with this complete guide.

 

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Table des matières

Introducing the Drupal Content Management System
3
Discovering Drupal
9
Obtaining and Installing Drupal
21
Requirements for site visitors and administrators
29
Summary
39
Taking Your First Look at Drupal
41
Blocks and regions
48
Summary
61
Editing a container
375
Controlling the Styling ofthe Forum Module
386
Summary
392
Using the Poll Module
393
Reviewing pollresults tpl php
406
Managing Multilingual Content
409
Authoring and Managing Multilingual Content
419
Summary
432

Configuring Your Drupal Site
63
Options for error handling
68
Configuring text formats
71
Managing Search and URL Settings
80
Setting Up Logging and Reporting
86
Summary
92
Using Drupals Site Building Tools
93
The Default Drupal Themes
95
Summary
103
Working with the Default Modules
105
Image
115
Summary
121
Working with Blocks
123
Working with the Menus Manager
133
Using Actions and Triggers
147
WorkingwithContent
157
Content Management with Drupal
159
Editing field labels
172
Summary
200
Managing Taxonomies
201
Summary
220
Formatting Content and Media
221
Working with Images
228
Working with Other Media
236
Summary
246
Managing the Front Page ofYour Site
247
Publishing Blocks on the Front Page
254
Employing Advanced Content Management Techniques
257
Using the reCAPTCHA module
267
Working with the Comment Functionality
279
Summary
292
Managing Blog Content
293
Summary
306
Using the Book Module
307
Administering Books and Pages
314
Working with ContentRelated Modules
327
Using the Aggregator Module
329
Working with Forms
347
Summary
366
Using the Forum Module
367
ManagingUsers
433
Understanding the Drupal User System
435
Creating a New User
444
Working with the Default Profiles
450
Using the Tracker Module
456
Controlling User Access
459
Summary
468
Configuring User Registration
469
Customizing and Extending the System
483
Customizing Drupals Appearance
485
Adding New Themes
491
Creating a New Theme
511
Customizing the Display of Content
517
Customizing Drupal Functionality
545
Extending Your Site
561
Adding new modules manually
567
Implementing eCommerce with Ubercart
585
Configuring Ubercart
589
Store Administration
607
DrupalintheEnterprise
617
Securing Your Site
619
Keeping Up with Security Notices
623
Managing Site Performance
625
Testing Performance
633
Creating a Search EngineFriendly Site
637
Enabling the Path module
648
Adding Content Metadata
660
Summary
667
Making an Accessible Site
669
Make forms accessible
673
Handling Change Management
675
Appendixes
687
The Directory Structure of a Drupal Installation
689
Location of Key Files
693
Installing XAMPP
701
Installing MAMP
703
Beyond the BookAdditional Help Resources Online
705
Using Community Support Options
707
Index
709
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Ric Shreves is a partner at water&stone (www.waterandstone.com), a digital agency focused on open-source technologies and new media. He's been building Web sites professionally since 1999 and writing about technology for almost as long. His books include Mambo Visual Blueprint, Ubuntu Visual Blueprint, and Joomla! Bible.

Brice Dunwoodie is the founder of Simpler Media Group, Inc., and the publisher of CMSWire (www.cmswire.com), a niche online magazine focused on information management, enterprise collaboration, and Web publishing. For the past 15 years, he has consulted with a broad range of international clients, including Singapore Telecom, IBM, France Telecom, and others.

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