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Drupal 6 Content Administration by J. Ayen Green

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A guided tour of Drupal

In a way, Drupal is like a house. The look and arrangement may vary, but there will always be certain types of rooms that every house has (such as a kitchen, a bedroom, and a place where the 'administrative' things take place, such as the hot water heater, water shut-off valve, and so on). With Drupal, you begin with a framework. It comes with some standard themes that affect the way it looks. Custom themes can be created or obtained to alter the look even more. Having said that, there will always be two parts to a Drupal site:

  • The front end— this is the part of the web site that a site visitor sees, where the content is presented
  • The back end (or Admin panel)—this is part that the site staff see, where the workings of the ...

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