• Drupal Installation services

    drupalDrupal is a content management system for the web. The text and the links between the content stored in a database, and the pages are built dynamically for presentation to the user in response to a petition web through a browser.

  • Drupal content is stored as "nodes." A node is a generic content object that can be matched with a "page", an "article", a "blog post", etc ... Some node types, depending on configuration, users can add comments (comments are not considered nodes). The nodes or comments may need to be approved by a moderator before being published.
    The presentation and layout of the pages are managed by 'Themes' interchangeable. The standard presentation of a page in drupal ('Theme'), consists of three columns. The center column is the "Column of content." The most typical displays summaries of the most recently published nodes in order of date. If you click on one of the summaries, the full content of the node is shown in the center column. The left and right columns are commonly called "sidebars." The side bars may display "blocks" or related information. Blocks often contain links to navigate to other nodes. For example, there may be blocks displaying the latest articles sent or the most popular. For new installations, displays the login block and the navigation block containing a menu of actions you can perform. Different menus can be displayed in the navigation block, depending on what you are doing and what privileges or permissions ("roles") has the user. The blocks may also appear or not depending on which part of the website is and what action is made, and the privileges you have. For example, the login block does not appear if the session has already been initiated, or the "latest articles" can not be displayed if no items available. The administrator can enable / disable different blocks according to the Manage options>> blocks.
    The nodes can be classified into categories, also called taxonomies. The forums are an example of content nodes organized by category. Categories can be hierarchical which means that a category "father" contains multiple categories "children."Often, new features are implemented in Drupal as "modules." Once an administrator adds a file or folder of a module in the subdirectory "modules", the option of using the module appears in the Manage>> Modules. If the administrator activates the module, the functions associated with it are activated and appear in the relevant section of Drupal. A module can define new types of nodes, create new options in the menu or provide new units that will be available to show in sidebars

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