14 Jul Drupal Tutorial
Drupal is an open-source Content Management System widely used for developing dynamic websites. It is the 3rd most used content management system, after WordPress and Joomla. Drupal was initially released in the year 2000, by its founder, Dries Buytaert. The CMS includes modules to extend the functionality of the website.
It is one of the most popular CMS available today. Currently, more than 1.1 million sites are powered by Drupal. WordPress is being used by more than 2% of world websites developed in CMS, which is a Content Management System market share of 4.7%.
The Drupal community is one of the largest open-source communities in the world, with more than 1.3 million members, including developers, designers, trainers, strategists, etc. It has more than 30k free modules, adding more features to the website.
The Drupal 8 tutorial is prepared for students, engineers, and professionals. Beginning with the introduction, you will learn how to install Drupal and start working with it. With that, step-by-step lessons are provided covering topics, which will help you prepare a dynamic website. You can begin learning with this tutorial, even if you aren’t a programmer.
Drupal Tutorial Index
- Introduction To Drupal
- Drupal Installation on localhost with XAMPP
- Drupal Website First Page
- Drupal Login as admin
Drupal Blocks & Regions
- Introduction to Drupal Taxonomies
- Create new Drupal Vocabulary
- Drupal Vocabulary Visibility for content
Drupal Users & User Roles
Create a Drupal Blog
- Enable Drupal Comments
- Create Multilingual Drupal Website
- Optimize Drupal Website
- Drupal Maintenance Mode
Let’s begin with Drupal 8 Introduction.