A Drupal site can have three kinds of modules, Core, Contributed, and Custom. It is very difficult to find out some most useful modules from over 20,000 Drupal modules. This article provides the list of 15 most popular modules that helps to choose the right modules for your Drupal 8 site.
Drupal 8 has been released on November 19, 2015 with huge improvements. Learn how can you install and configure the newly launched Drupal 8 on the server with our step by step guide for beginners. It will be a good idea to build and test your Drupal site on the local server before publishing your website on the internet. Once you have satisfied with local development, you can upload the full project directory on the web host for publically available.
Assume that, your module needs the database tables for storing the module related data. In this tutorial, we'll discuss the process of creating a table into the database during module installation. Your module needs a .install file, which helps your module to create required table when the module is first enabled and removed when the module is uninstalled.
The module helps to extend and customize Drupal functionality. Drupal have three kinds of modules, core, contributed and custom. In this tutorial, you can learn how to create your own module in Drupal 7. Our step by step guide helps beginners to make a drupal 7 module from scratch.
Create your own Drupal theme from scratch. This tutorial helps you to create Drupal 7 custom theme. Following our step by step tutorial you would be able to build your own drupal theme. Also we have created a simple Drupal responsive theme based on our Drupal custom theme making tutorial. At the end of tutorial you can download the custom Drupal 7 theme and it will helps a lot to creating your own Drupal theme.
At our previous tutorial we have described about Drupal 7 installation, configuration, and basic setup. In this tutorial we will discuss about creation of page, content and menu in Drupal 7. You will learn how to add content to a Drupal site. Now let's start our step by step tutorial. Basically Drupal have two type of content, one is
Article and another is
Basic page. You can think content in Drupal as a page. Every contents has their own menu link and URL path.
Drupal is a content management system which allows you to create and maintain many different types of websites without needing to know any coding language. Drupal is a free and open-source content management framework written in PHP. This tutorial provides step by step instructions about Drupal project installation and Drupal website setup or configuration for the beginners.