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Drupal 6 Content Administration by J. Ayen Green

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Node Content types—the Story

Drupal comes with two predefined Node Content types: Story and Page. Let's begin by working with a Story.

Tip

Although Drupal only provides two Node Content types, it is easy to define new ones, such as News and Blog. A reason for doing this is that different types of site users can be given the ability to create certain Node Content types but not others.

Drupal defines a Story as being:

"ideal for creating and displaying content that informs or engages web site [sic] visitor"

The definition mentioned above isn't really a precise definition. This is because if we accept it, then we can infer that the other Node Content type must be the one that bores the life out of visitors!

With its default settings, a Story is designed ...

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