How to use Drupal?

100% open source content management system is how you can define Drupal. It can also be described as a web application framework.  First released in 2001, in the last decade it has created a niche, competing with its other counterparts. Drupal is developed with programming language like PHP and supports MySQL database. It is developed […]

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Drupal Taxonomy – Posting Content

Created vocabulary and terms can be used to organize content. In this tutorial, we will go over posting content with Taxonomy. Log in to your Drupal website’s admin area and click content as shown by the red arrow below: Then click Add Content. Select your desired content type: Article or Basic Page. For the purpose […]

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Drupal Taxonomy – Managing Vocabulary and Terms

Vocabulary and terms created in Drupal can be managed and edited via your Drupal’s admin area. In this tutorial, we will cover how to manage vocabulary and terms. Log in to your administrative area and click Structure as shown by the red arrow below: Then click Taxonomy. To edit the vocabulary, click “edit vocabulary”. In […]

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Drupal Taxonomy – Adding New Vocabulary and Terms

Taxonomy is the practice of naming and grouping such things as products, organisms and content. Drupal’s Taxonomy Module is a useful tool by which site owners can organize keywords, categories, metadata, or tags – allowing you to manage your content efficiently. In this tutorial, we will go over how to add new Taxonomy vocabulary and […]

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How to Upgrade Your Drupal Website

Every so often, upon logging in to your Drupal’s admin area you will notice an upgrade, or update, notification. This usually means that a newer version of Drupal has been released and is available for use. While you may opt to either upgrade or keep your current version, it is recommended to keep your instance […]

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How to Back Up Your Drupal Website

A prudent way to manage your Drupal website is by frequently backing up your files and database. You should especially perform a backup prior to updating or upgrading to a newer version of Drupal. In this tutorial, we will cover how to back up your Drupal website. There are 2 steps in this process. First […]

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Search Engine Friendly URLs with Drupal

Search engine optimization (SEO) is an important part of managing a website. Search engine traffic will help your website grow in popularity and reach its intended potential. A way to help give your site some SEO juice is by making the URLs to your web pages SEO friendly. In this tutorial, we will cover how […]

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How to Control User Access in Drupal

Drupal offers an efficient way to handle users on your Drupal website. Drupal’s access control interface allows you to manage who can and can’t access certain areas of the site by assigning permissions and roles. In this tutorial, we will cover user access control in Drupal. Log in to your Drupal administrative area and click […]

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Managing Users in Drupal

In Drupal, you can manage users by blocking and unblocking some or all users, as well as cancelling user accounts. You can also promote a user’s status to that of an administrator and vice versa. In this tutorial, we will cover how to manage users in Drupal. To get started, log in to your Drupal […]

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Applications for Which to Use Drupal

Drupal is a very nifty piece of software that can be used to create a website to serve a variety of purposes, the most notable of which are: Content Management The most important use of Drupal lies in the fact that websites can be built without prior knowledge of coding such as HTML or PHP. […]

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