This class teaches you all of the essential concepts and knowledge you need to get started with Drupal 7.
In this class you'll learn how to master fields, Views and Panels to create sophisticated Drupal sites.
The Pathauto, Sub-pathauto and Redirect modules are used to create SEO and user-friendly URLs. In this class, Brian explains what each module does, and when they should be used.
In this class, Rod introduces Views, one the most important modules in Drupal. Rod demonstrates ten ways to use Views, from a simple blog page to a dynamic slideshow.
The Workbench suite introduces huge improvements to the way content is managed in Drupal. Workbencnh provides a single user interface for users to work with content.
The Views Slideshow module is one of the most popular modules for Drupal. Views Slideshow can be used to create a slideshow of anything that can be displayed with Views!
The Backup and Migrate Module is one of the "must have" modules for any Drupal 7 website. It simplifies the task of backing up, restoring or moving your Drupal site.
One feature that is common with other software but missing with Drupal, is the ability to schedule content. The Scheduler module fills in this gap by allowing you to create content and have it published and unpublished on any day and time you choose.
Display Suite module allows you to take full control over your content display. You can use a drag and drop interface to arrange your nodes, views, comments and user data.
This class covers sending newsletters directly from your Drupal site, using the Simplenews module.
This class covers how to create and publish a podcast using Drupal and the Filefield Podcaster module.
In this class you'll learn to create forms in Drupal, using the Webform module. Webforms is the best module for accepting any user submissons from contact forms to event registration.
If you would like to allow anonymous users to create an account, create content, or comment on your site, you'll need to install some form of spam protection. Mollom is the best solution for Drupal.
In this class, Brian show how to automatically display images based on the size of the browser window. You'll find out how to make images look the way you want across all devices.
In this class you'll learn how to use Organic Groups, the key module for adding social features to your Drupal 7 site. You'll set up groups, configure their layout, administer memberships, configure access restrictions and more.
This class explains how to use a WYSIWYG editor in your Drupal 7 site. You'll install TinyMCE, one of the most popular WYSIWYG editors in the world.
With Simplytest.me there is no need to install an entire site just to test out a module. You can quickly and easily spin up a site with your desired module, theme or distribution and play around without any overhead.
Many sites need to host videos. Some use YouTube or another service, but many still like to host their own video on their site. In this course, you will learn how to configure your Drupal site to use Zencoder and Amazon S3 to convert and serve your video files.