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Drupal 6 Content Administration by J. Ayen Green

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Node Content types

The default installation of Drupal contains two Node Content types namely: Page and Story. Some modules, when activated, create additional Node Content types. One such example is the Blog entry, and another is an Event, which is used when using an event calendar.

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We're using the term Node Content to differentiate content nodes in Drupal, such as Pages and Stories, from other non-node types of content, such as Blocks, which is the generic term for anything on the page.

What is the purpose of having different Node Content types? If we want a feature writer to be able to create Features, then how do we accomplish that?

Currently, we have Stories and Pages as our Node Content types. So, if we give the Feature writer the ability ...

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