Drupal
an open source content
 management platform


     Abhishek Nagar




    Drupal | Abhishek Nagar   1
Session Overview
About Drupal
Why Drupal
Basic Concepts
−   Node
−   Menu & Blocks
−   Users
−   Modules & Themes
Tour Dru...
Drupal

Open Source
Content Management System
Community Supported
Internatioanl Translation
Powering 4,50,000 + sites in 2...
Why Drupal ???

Why not build a solution from scratch?
−   Go for it.
Why not use a commercial product?
−   Bigger Questio...
Some Big Names

Tim Berners-Lee Weblog
            Lee
Spread Firefox
New York Observer
Silver Light Architecture




    ...
Basic Concepts

Node
−   The fundamental building block of the website
Blocks
−   Items placed in a region
Comment
– Light...
Users
First user created is the website administrator, and
this user has complete control over the system.
Other users can...
Modules & Themes

Drupal Core
The base installation of Drupal, includes
some modules, themes and other add  add-ons
Module...
Drupal Tour




Drupal | Abhishek Nagar   9
Drupal | Abhishek Nagar   10
Drupal | Abhishek Nagar   11
Review

Users are grouped by Roles
CORE functions enhanced by Modules
Content Nodes are placed in Blocks
Themes give sites...
Thank You !!




abhishek@kashipur.in




   Drupal | Abhishek Nagar   13
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  1. 1. Drupal an open source content management platform Abhishek Nagar Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 1
  2. 2. Session Overview About Drupal Why Drupal Basic Concepts − Node − Menu & Blocks − Users − Modules & Themes Tour Drupal Review Q &A Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 2
  3. 3. Drupal Open Source Content Management System Community Supported Internatioanl Translation Powering 4,50,000 + sites in 2007 Customization requires PHP programmer Contains “core” functions: Drupal Core Functionality expanded through Modules Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 3
  4. 4. Why Drupal ??? Why not build a solution from scratch? − Go for it. Why not use a commercial product? − Bigger Question Why not any other open- -source solution? − Try opensourcecms.com Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 4
  5. 5. Some Big Names Tim Berners-Lee Weblog Lee Spread Firefox New York Observer Silver Light Architecture Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 5
  6. 6. Basic Concepts Node − The fundamental building block of the website Blocks − Items placed in a region Comment – Lightweight item attached to a node. Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 6
  7. 7. Users First user created is the website administrator, and this user has complete control over the system. Other users can be created by administrator or by online registration (with or without admin approval) Users can belong to one or more roles. Therefore, once users are created in the system and assigned a role, they have permission to various parts of the framework, including content creation. Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 7
  8. 8. Modules & Themes Drupal Core The base installation of Drupal, includes some modules, themes and other add add-ons Modules Files that add functionality to Drupal, i.e., Themes Designs that give the sites a certain look. Modules give themes control of how things look. Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 8
  9. 9. Drupal Tour Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 9
  10. 10. Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 10
  11. 11. Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 11
  12. 12. Review Users are grouped by Roles CORE functions enhanced by Modules Content Nodes are placed in Blocks Themes give sites and Modules their look Categories created through Taxonomy Profiles aid data manipulation and presentation Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 12
  13. 13. Thank You !! abhishek@kashipur.in Drupal | Abhishek Nagar 13
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