Introduction to Drupal CMS
Drupal is an open-source content management framework written in PHP that is great for building websites that demand some levels of interactivity from users. Since its inception in 2001, Drupal has powered more than 900,000 diverse websites such as personal blogs, corporate websites, government portals, online communities, non-profits, online learning sites and e-commerce startups.
This course introduces you to the Drupal way of building and running websites. It may also change the way you plan and design your future websites.
What will be covered
- Drupal concepts
- Drupal installation
- Content authoring in Drupal
- Basic Drupal administration
- User management
- Drupal layout elements
- Drupal content types
- Working with the powerful Drupal taxonomy module
- Creating views
- Drupal routines and maintenance
Who should attend
- Web developers who used to create content management systems from scratch (and had bad experiences maintaining them)
- Web designers who want to understand Drupal layout elements
- Project managers who are tasked to create a new website (or revise an existing one)
- Decision makers who are considering Drupal (and other systems) for their organizations
- Anybody who wants to see Drupal under the hood and doesn't mind getting his hands dirty
Participants should have completed the following courses, or have equivalent experience:
Participants are expected to edit Apache/MySQL configuration files, and PHP scripts.
Participants are expected to be familiar with MySQL.
- Dec 19–20 (Mon to Tue)
- May 8–9 (Mon to Tue)
9 AM to 5 PM
PhP 5,730 (USD 143)
Includes materials, lunch and snacks.
Be sure to read the Registration Info before registering.