Drupal manages your website's content in a way that makes it easy to create and consume. Each time you create a post (or a page, blog, etc.), a "Content Type" is used to hold and form the items you entered. There are a few basic Content Types... more
When you've looked at Drupal and Drupal's Contributed modules and you still can't find the exact feature you need, it's time for a custom module. Custom modules are used to extend existing Drupal functionality -- and the functionality of... more
So, you have a program or service you use in your process that already works and you want to make some functionality available to your clients. A common example of this is an accounting package where you want to allow your clients to see their... more
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