How to manage modules in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the Administer link Now let’s learn how to manage modules Modules are plugins that extend Drupal’s core functionality. You can add modules for blogs, search, comments, contact forms, forums, and more 2) Then click the Modules link here This is the Modules main page […]
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How to configure your site in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the Administer link Now let’s learn how to configure our site 2) Then click Site configuration 3) Click the Administration theme link This is the Site Configuration page where we can modify many aspects of our Drupal site 4) Click here to show the […]
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Setting up your account information in Drupal

This tutorial assumes you’ve already logged in to Drupal 1) Click the My account link Now let’s learn how to setup our account information 2) Then click the Edit link This is the edit account page where we can configure our account. It is from here that you can change your username and email address… […]
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How to install Drupal from Fantastico

This tutorial assumes you’ve already launched the Fantastico application. 1) Now let’s learn how to install Drupal. Click the Drupal link located in the left sidebar. 2) This is the Drupal installation screen. Drupal is an advanced portal with collaborative book, search engine friendly URLs, online help, roles, full content search, site watching, threaded comments, […]
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How to migrate a Joomla 1.5 to 2.5 web site

This tutorial assumes you are already logged into your Joomla admin panel In this tutorial we will be using jUpgrade, a third party component by Redcomponent, for upgrading from Joomla 1.5 to 2.5. It is assumed that the jUpgrade component has already been installed 1) First we want to make sure that the Mootools plugin […]
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How to create a database backup of Joomla using phpMyAdmin

You will need to log into cPanel with your supplied username and password. Normally this URL is: http://www.yourdomain.com/cpanel 1) Select the Username field and enter your username 2) Select the Password field and enter your password 3) Next click the Log in button 4) Select the phpMyAdmin icon from the Databases section 5) Choose the […]
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