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Presentation on Sept 19, 2009 at Drupal Camp Atlanta

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  • smile, relax, slow down. you’ll be fine!!
  • place contrib themes and modules in /sites/all to keep them separate from core. makes updating drupal core a much easier process!
  • whether or not variables are called on the page template, they will be loaded, so even if you don’t use regions, they will cause a db query
  • Mention how the general template (node.tpl.php) must be included in the theme if a specific template is used (node-type.tpl.php), even if the general template is unchanged.
  • Some System Variables are special. Removing them may seem to make no difference, but they are important for Druapl functionality. $closure, $messages, $tabs and $head should always be included.

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