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Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
Using CMS Tool Drupal
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Using CMS Tool Drupal

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Question: how do you manage in a simple way a website containing a flood of information while facilitating its navigation? Did somebody say Drupal? …

Question: how do you manage in a simple way a website containing a flood of information while facilitating its navigation? Did somebody say Drupal?

Drupal is a free software package that allows an individual or a community of users to easily publish, manage and organize a wide variety of content on a website. Tens of thousands of people and organizations have used Drupal to power scores of different web sites,

Jean-Pierre Poutcheu will give us an introduction of the CMS tool Drupal. The audience will understand the benefits of considering a CMS solution for the design of their Web site.

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  • 1. Using Drupal SENEJUG / JUNE MEETING Jean-Pierre POUTCHEU [email_address]
  • 2. Program
    • What is a CMS ?
    • And About Drupal ?
    • How to install ?
    • Basic concepts & Configuration
  • 3. What a CMS is ?
    • Content Management System
    • Community Management System
  • 4. Content Management System
    • Manage an ongoing stream of (web) publishing
      • Entry of new content
      • Workflows for approving in and making it show up in the right places on the site
      • Monitoring access
      • Removal
  • 5. Community Management System
    • User profiles
    • Interaction
      • Comments, ratings, sign-ups
    • Subgroups
  • 6. CMS Platforms
    • Open Source
      • Drupal, Joomla!, Plone, Xoops,etc.
      • Summary comparison at http://www.cmsmatrix.com
      • http://www.cmsreport.com
      • For demo sites, see http://www.opensourcecms.com
    • Commercial Providers for Large Enterprises
      • Vignette, Documentum, etc
      • See http:// www.cmswatch.com /CMS/Vendors/
  • 7. And About Drupal ?
    • Drupal.org
    • Founder: Dries Buytaert (BE)
    • Since 2001
    • Version 5.1/January 29 2007
    • OS : Cross-Platform
    • Licence : GPL
    • Very community-oriented
    • Estimation: 75.000 sites
    • Civicspace
  • 8. Drupal Modules
    • Page
    • User
    • Blog
    • Forum
    • Ping
    • Book
    • Aggregator(RSS,…)
    • Search
  • 9. Drupal Modules
    • Wiki
    • Upload (images,files,…)
    • Locale
    • Statistics
    • WatchDog
    • Editor(FCKEditor, TinyMCE )
    • Drupal
  • 10. Drupal Themes
    • PHPTemplate engine
    • XTemplate engine
    • Earlier templates used hard-coded PHP.
  • 11. Drupal website
  • 12. Ubuntu (Linux Distribution)
    • http://www.ubuntu.com
  • 13. MTV.co.uk
    • http://www.mtv.co.uk
  • 14. How to install ?
    • Drupal Source
      • http://drupal.org/
      • Lastest Release : Drupal 5.1
    • Web Server
      • Apache
    • PHP4 or PHP5
    • Database
      • MySql 5 or PostgreSQL
  • 15. How to install ?
    • Move the contents of that directory into web server’s document root or a public directory
    • Create the drupal database
    • Run the install script
    • You will be directed to the welcome page
  • 16. Installation (ScreenShot1)
  • 17. Installation (ScreenShot2)
  • 18. Installation (ScreenShot3)
  • 19. First User
  • 20. First User
  • 21. Basic Concepts
    • Nodes and comments
    • Menus and Blocks
    • Taxonomies
    • Users
  • 22. Basics Concepts
  • 23. Nodes and comments
    • Node: The Basic Unit of Content
    • Mental model– think blog entry
    • All node types have these fields
      • Title
      • Authored by
      • Date created
      • Date last updated
    • Most have a “body”
  • 24. Administering Content Options
    • administer > CM > content types
    • Set which workflow options will be available to authors
    • Set default comment setting
    • Set whether attachments allowed
    • Users with administration privileges can override these settings when authoring content
      • Other users can’t
  • 25. Blocks
    • Can contain any HTML
      • Menus and links
      • Images
      • Text
    • Some pre-built
      • Login block
      • Navigation Menu
      • Tag cloud
      • Upcoming events
    • Can create your own
  • 26. Block Configuration
    • administer > site building > blocks
    • Change the region a block appears in
    • Change its weight to reposition in region
    • Enable/disable
    • Set which pages visible on
    • Create a new block
  • 27. Create a Block
  • 28. Taxonomy
    • Classify nodes
      • One or more vocabularies
      • Each one can be controlled or free-text
    • Displayed when nodes are displayed
      • Click to see all nodes with that tag
  • 29. Administering taxonomies
    • administer > CM > categories
    • For controlled vocabularies, specify allowed terms
    • Specify which types of content they apply to
  • 30. Users & Roles
    • Administer > Users M. > users
      • Configure whether users can register for accounts
        • With or without administrator approval
      • Add users
  • 31. Users & Roles
    • Not everyone is allowed to do everything
    • Two built-in roles
      • Anonymous (not logged in)
      • Authenticated (logged in)
    • administer > Users M. > access controls
      • Create roles
        • E.g., content editor, site admin
      • Set permissions
  • 32. Users
  • 33. Other Useful Settings
    • administer > site configuration
      • General settings
    • Name shows up in header area
    • Clean URLs
      • Run the test to enable the option
  • 34. The Drupal Community
    • drupal.org
    • Handbooks
    • Forum
      • Two of special interest to us
        • Pre installation questions
        • Post installation
    • Important: posting guidelines!
      • Read http://catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
    • Tracking responses to a post you make
      • Recent posts
        • Then “my recent posts” tab
    • Drupal hymn
  • 35. ! THANKS ! Contact : Email : [email_address] Website : http://jean.poutcheu.free.fr

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