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Introduction to Drupal: a CMS” was presented at Sex::Tech 2011 by Ron Collins, Technology Specialist of Information Options for Sexual Health, Vancouver, Canada.

Introduction to Drupal: a CMS” was presented at Sex::Tech 2011 by Ron Collins, Technology Specialist of Information Options for Sexual Health, Vancouver, Canada.

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  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.
  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.
  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.
  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.
  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.
  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.
  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.
  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.
  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.
  • All CMS's have these in common. I'm going to show how they're implemented in Drupal.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Introduction to Drupal: a CMS Ron Collins Information Technology Specialist Options for Sexual Health Vancouver, Canada
  • 3. CMS Basics
    • Users
    • Content
    • Navigation
    • Administrative back end
    • Look and feel
  • 4. Users
    • Each user: login, settings, profile
    • Users assigned roles
    • Roles given permission to view, create delete, administer
  • 5. Content
    • Customizable content types
      • events/calendars, news, even users
    • Customizable display of content
      • Theming
      • Views
  • 6. Navigation
    • Pathauto
    • Taxonomy/tagging
    • Menus/blocks
    • Breadcrumbs
  • 7. Administrative Back End
    • No coding required (but you can go nuts!)
  • 8. Other Standard Features
    • Built-in security
    • Infinite options (modules)
    • Statistics
    • Search
    • Actions
    • Drush
  • 9. OptionsForSexualHealth.org (Opt's Main Website)
    • Revision moderation
    • Audio/Video
    • Rotating banner images
    • Searching
      • Google CSE
    • Store
    • Webforms
  • 10. staff.OptionsForSexualHealth.org (Opt's Intranet)
    • Webforms
    • Notifications
    • Groups
    • Masquerade
  • 11. WontGetWeird.net (Service Provider Network)
    • Domains
    • Mapping
    • Location search
  • 12. Questions!
  • 13.