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Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
Drupal image gallery_workshop
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  • 1. Drupal Image Gallery Workshop FNTC - ICT Summit Vancouver, BC March 18, 2010 Neskie Manuel - neskiem@gmail.com Charles Burnett Patrick Hayes
  • 2. Workshop Outline
      • Ubuntu LiveUSB
        • LAMP, Server
      • Drupal CMS
        • Content Types (a database table)
        • Views (a database query)
        • Module
        • Themes
      • Using Drupal to create Image Gallery
        • Create a content type
        • Install some modules
        • Setup a view
  • 3. Operating System Great Server LiveUSB - a persistent OS, that can be booted and installed from a USB. Good test environment Ubuntu http://ubuntu.com
  • 4.  
  • 5. Installing LAMP - sudo tasksel
  • 6. Drupal http://drupal.org
      • Content Management System
      • Current Version: 6
      • Want to display an image?
        • Install a module
        • Find them at:
        • http://drupal.org/project/projectname
      • Websites
        • http://digitaldrum.ca
        • http://cisdemo.geomemes.org
        • http://warmshowers.org
        • http://indigenousfoodsystems.org
  • 7. Modules
      • admin_menu
      • imageapi
      • imagefield
      • shadowbox
      • views
      • Content
      • filefield
      • imagecache
      • openlayers
      • taxonomy_image
  • 8. Hands On Section
    • Let the fun Begin
      • MySQL database and user is already setup
      • Drupal is unzipped into /var/www
      • Modules unzipped into /var/wwsites/allmodules
      • Installing the Drupal
        • databsename: drupal
        • username: drupal
        • password: ThisIsMyPassword
      • Create a front page
      • Enable Modules
        • cck, filefield, views, imagefield,...
      • Setup Image Gallery
  • 9. Hands On Time...
  • 10. == Resource Limits Section == increase memory in php.ini == file Upload Section == Increase upload size  
  • 11.
    • What Are we going to do?
      • Enable Modules
      • Create an image content type.
      • - doesn't fit...hmmm..
    • * Create ImageCache
    •   - create page preset scale
    •   - Create thumbnail preset, thumbnail preset
    •   - set display field for Teaser and Taxonomy
    • * Create your Taxonomy
    • * Create your Views
  • 12.  
    • http://www.juliakm.com/using-imagecache-and-cck-imagefield-add-image-drupal
    • Installing LAMP and placing Drupal 1. sudo tasksel 2. set password for root password: ThisIsYourPassword 3. All the files serverd by apache in /var/www    that's where we will put Drupal http://drupal.org/videocasts/installing-6ls  
  • 13. Mapping! +         =
  • 14. What we are going to do:
    • 1. Turn on some modules
    • 2. Create openlayers map preset
    • 3. Create a new OpenLayers field to store geo-data
    • 4. Add some geo data to our images!
    • 5. Clone our image view
    • 6. Configure a map view
    • 7. Styling
    • 8. Icons
    •    - A single icon
    •    - Your image as an icon
    •    - Taxonomy-image as an icon (use your categories as icons)
    • 9. Future

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