How to Use Drupal
Drupal is one of the best Content Management Systems (CMS). It is written in PHP and requires a MySQL database. Its basic installation can be easily turned into many different types of web sites - from simple web logs to large online communities.
How to use Drupal to create a website:
- How to install Drupal through Softaculous, through Fantastico or manually
Step by step instructions how to perform a Drupal installation using the Softaculous or the Fantastico autoinstallers. If your host does not support these autoinstallers, you can find out how to install Drupal manually.
- How to use Drupal
Comprehensive examples how to use Drupal for your website.
- How to install Drupal modules
Learn how to install Drupal modules for an existing Drupal installation.
- How to change Drupal themes
Easy to follow instructions how to upload and use a new theme for your Drupal website.
- How to manage Drupal users
Learn how to manage the user roles in a Drupal website.
- Access control in Drupal
Here you will find instructions how to control the users permissions for a Drupal website.
- How to use Search Engine Friendly URLs in Drupal
In this part of the tutorial you will find instructions how to enable the clean URLs in Drupal in three simple steps.
- How to backup Drupal
Learn how to create a backup for your Drupal website.
- How to update Drupal
In this part of the tutorial you will find instructions how to upgrade your Drupal application to the latest stable version.
- How to use Drupal Taxonomy
Here you will find information how to work with Drupal Taxonomy.