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Shared by LevelTen Interactive (u: calshei1) on Tue 29th 2009 @ 14:56

Simplenews is a popular Drupal module used for building and distributing e-mail newsletters from the admin end of your Drupal website.

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Shared by LevelTen Interactive (u: calshei1) on Tue 29th 2009 @ 14:13

Campaign Monitor newsletter service is, in my opinion, top of its class, so I became excited when I found two Drupal modules that use the Campaign Monitor API. One module gives you the basics for users to sign-up on your website, and the more advanced module allows you to map website fields to existing ones set up on the Campaign Monitor website. I would recommend only enabling one at a time.

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Shared by Build a Module.com (u: chrisshattuck) on Tue 29th 2009 @ 10:17

Learn how to build a module in this quick-paced tutorial. We go over the essential concepts and leave you with a foundation you can use to build fantastic modules.

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Shared by mnoble on Sun 27th 2009 @ 21:04

I was recently been given the opportunity to review Drupal 6 JavaScript and jQuery writ

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Shared by Radha Iyer on Tue 22nd 2009 @ 04:19

In this article by Ben Finklea, we are going to explore:

* What is a keyword and why it matters
* Why keyword research is perhaps the most important thing you will do in an SEO campaign
* Setting goals for your keywords
* How to use your site to find great keywords including installing and configuring the Top Searches module
* Several external keyword research tools to speed up the process of finding the best terms
* A walk-through of the keyword research process

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Shared by Radha Iyer on Tue 22nd 2009 @ 03:37

Drupal 6 Site Blueprints is a new book that helps readers to build 12 new exciting and simple web projects in Drupal. Written by Timi Ogunjobi, this book uses illustrative screenshots for building the websites and for catering to different needs like including community, blog network, e-commerce store, photo sharing, Google mashup, etc.

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Shared by Radha Iyer on Tue 22nd 2009 @ 03:26

The example project in this article by Timi Ogunjobi is based on a fictitious web site development brief, and it illustrates a practical way of applying Drupal to develop a News Aggregation site called Weird Hap’nins. Bad news is always good news for the press. This is why Vaughan Pyre has decided to take advantage of this fact and create a web site that will aggregate bad news and weird happenings from all over the world.

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Shared by Radha Iyer on Tue 22nd 2009 @ 03:26

The example project in this article by Timi Ogunjobi is based on a fictitious web site development brief, and it illustrates a practical way of applying Drupal to develop a News Aggregation site called Weird Hap’nins. Bad news is always good news for the press. This is why Vaughan Pyre has decided to take advantage of this fact and create a web site that will aggregate bad news and weird happenings from all over the world.

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Shared by matshep1 on Thu 17th 2009 @ 20:53

I just found this really interesting article about Drupal Development Best Practices by a development company called Chapter 3. Well beyond my skill level but something to aspire to and learn from.

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Shared by Radha Iyer on Sun 19th 2009 @ 23:30

Drupal provides an environment where a single person can do the job of creating, editing, approving, and publishing. This works well with a small site and a low volume of content. However, where large sites and larger quantities of content prevail, there is often a team involved. In this tutorial, we will learn about some of the terminologies that Drupal provides for supporting team work, such as:

* Roles—defining types of users

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Shared by Radha Iyer on Sun 19th 2009 @ 22:34

Interesting and useful content is a necessity on any web site, particularly on those built around a Content Management System. However, this may not be the only necessity. Another necessity is making the browsing experience on your site pleasant for the visitor, and in this context, making the content easy to find. Having content on the front page of the site is one way to make it findable, but the amount of content is limited to a point before the page becomes unwieldy. In this article by J. Ayen Green, we will make it easier for site visitors to find our content in a number of ways.

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Shared by Smita on Wed 15th 2009 @ 13:02

A great Podcast on how to use the block theme module.

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Shared by swatii on Tue 14th 2009 @ 07:27

When dealing with web services, it is very important to understand how two remote applications communicate and how to develop software to account for its asynchronous interaction. This is typically always overlooked when developers create their first Flash application for Drupal. This can easily be avoided if the concepts of web service interaction are understood and taken into account.

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Shared by Afsha on Mon 13th 2009 @ 02:34

“Drupal 6 Site Builder Solutions” by Mark Noble will help you build powerful website features for your business and connect to your customers through blogs, product catalogs, newsletters, and maps. It requires absolutely no website development knowledge and gives you a complete example of a real world site with clear explanation. It is a practical guide with step-by-step instructions for setting up a home page, product catalog, blog, events calendar, and much more.

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Shared by Threefifty (u: Threefifty) on Sun 12th 2009 @ 13:33

Free themes, tutorials and other Drupal resources.

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Shared by Afsha on Thu 9th 2009 @ 05:12

“Drupal for Education and E-Learning” by Bill Fitzgerald will help teaching and learning in the classroom using the Drupal CMS. One would be able to create blogs, online discussions, groups, and a community website using Drupal. The book has clear step-by-step instructions throughout. There is no need for code since it is a teacher-friendly, comprehensive guide. This book provides the essential details to get the most out of your Drupal site and provides a step-by-step overview of how to work with Drupal to build a feature-rich learning environment.

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Shared by swatii on Thu 2nd 2009 @ 21:53

‘User Management’ is an article extracted from Travis Tidwell’s new book titled’ Flash with Drupal’. In this tutorial, users will learn one of the most important aspects of Drupal CMS; its ability to manage its users and protect the content of the site with a permission-based role system.

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Shared by YoungInnovations Pvt. Ltd. (u: Prashant_sh) on Thu 2nd 2009 @ 18:22

Showcases some of the most beautifully designed sites made in Drupal..

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Shared by YoungInnovations Pvt. Ltd. (u: geshan) on Sat 27th 2009 @ 01:12

Think of a way by which you could select one Drupal theme for your blog section, one for your forum and one for the other pages/nodes. So this is possible how you do it what you are going to get in this blog post. I am doing it on a Drupal 6 website, it can also be done for a Drupal 5 website.

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Shared by YoungInnovations Pvt. Ltd. (u: geshan) on Sat 27th 2009 @ 01:11

We at Young Innovations Pvt. Ltd had recently jotted down a “Drupal How to for Beginners” which mainly deals with setting up a Drupal website and adding, editing some content. It is based on Drupal 5.2.I’ve uploaded the file in the location below, hope you people benefit from it. It is 90+ pages .pdf file with step by step explanation and screen-shots. Its 5.67 MB so may take time if you have a slow connection and don’t know if media fire supports download accelerators.

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