This course takes you on a practical tour of the essential Unix shell commands that allow Drupal site builders to work on remote hosts, leverage the power of Drush, access Git repositories, and apply patches. It's the first in a series, to be followed by Drush for the Site Builder, Git for the solo developer, and Patching: When and how
Build a Site Event Calendar
Create a site event calendar, organize and color-code your events by category, reschedule events with a drag-and-drop interface, and promote them on and Upcoming events list on the front page. Add an RSS feed to keep your audience informed as new events are posted.
If you've configured the old Date/Calendar combination in an earlier version of Drupal, we think you'll be delighted by the relative simplicity of the FullCalendar module!
Keeping it Fresh! Content Scheduling
Site visitors can't trust information on a web site that's filled with outdated information and delayed announcements. Busy content editors can't always keep track of what needs to go up and down. Building pages that feature content for a limited time doesn't remove the content from site searches.
Come build a system where content contributors can automate the publication and archiving of content, saving more time while delivering fresh content.
Perfecting Permissions – Editorial Workflow
Does your organization require content review before the content gets published? We'll build a common editorial workflow that allows an author to create and edit his or her own work and submit it for editorial review. Author and editor can collaborate until it's ready to be passed along for final approval and publication.
Eliminate redundant data entry, enable rapid updates with re-usable event details, and delegate the maintenance of information. In this recipe, we demonstrate concepts that are applicable in a variety of situations as we build an instructional event site. Instructors can maintain their own data, venue information can be re-used, and subject-specific landing pages can be added with ease.
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