Drupal training is an importat part of any Drupal migration or implementation project. It is true that Drupal is a powerful and flexible system that provide a great platform for integration and customisation. But it is also true that Drupal has a steep learning curve and staff need to have the right skills to fully exploit its power.
In this tutorial we'll show you how to add a "Print This Page" button to Drupal. The main reason you'd want to do this is as a courtesy for your readers. Many still print things they read online and you don't want them to waste that expensive printer ink just to print your logo and theme as well as the article.
The fact that consumers ascribe market leadership to websites that rank highly on the search engine results pages is the determining factor in the success of e-businesses. This is where Drupal comes in handy as it offers SEO-friendly functionalities.
Many people get the spelling of Drupal wrong and accidently spell it Drupel. Drupal is indeed a strange name and is a corruption of a real Dutch word. Wikipedia gives the story behind the name as follows:
One of the benefits of using Drupal for your web site is that you do not need to pay your service provider or web design company money to make changes once the site has been completed. Many service provider convince their customers that Drupal is so complex that its best left to them to make changes. Although there is some element of truth in the fact that someone coming to Drupal for the first time might be a bit overwhelmed, the fact of the matter is that this is more often than not a ploy to lock the customer into that provider.
The South African government has adopted a policy to foster the use of Free and Open Source software within government and in South Africa in general. As part of this effort we worked with Floss.pro founder Karl Fischer to deliver a presentation on the Drupal Content Management System to IT support and web developers at the Department of Science and Technology. I would like to thank Karl Fischer for the providing us with such a great opportunity to help grow FLOSS in South Africa.
One feature that distinguishes the drupal content management system from its peers and in a way places it a cut above the rest is the taxonomy module.
Although Drupal is a powerful content management platform, a base Drupal install does not provide all of the functionality commonly required by content editors or site users. In the next few blog postings I intend to cover those modules which you tend to always install by default with any new Drupal installation. In this post I will deal with installing an easy to use WYSIWYG text editor.