Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Structure Guide

Welcome to the Drupal Structure Guide. This guide provides comprehensive information on tools and techniques for organising the information architecture of a Drupal site. The guide shows you the fundamentals of organizing your content, making it easy to navigate, and allowing you to direct your users to relevant information.

This book covers topics such as:

Content types
Navigation menus

Who should read this guide

This book should be read by:

Information architects
Interface designers
Site developers

In other words, anyone who needs to understand the fundamentals of structuring a Drupal site should read this guide.

For information on adding features to a site, see the Site Building Guide.
For information on changing the visual properties of a site, see the Theming Guide.
For information on managing the daily tasks of running a Drupal site, see the Administration Guide.

Working with nodes, content types and fields
Organizing content with taxonomy
Book module: Creating structured documents
Configuring comments
Working with Menus
Working with Views
Working with blocks (content in regions)
Working with links and related content
Working with user profile information
Presenting content to mobile users
Creating complex layouts with Panels


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