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User and Builder Guides
Learn about Drupal concepts, technology stack, terminology, and resources.
Install Drupal and its contributed modules and themes. Run multiple sites from one installation. Migrate from other content management systems and address platform issues.
Manage users and content, perform backups and upgrades, secure your site, tweak performance, etc. Audience: System and site administrators
Work with content types, blocks, menus, views, panels, taxonomy, user profiles, and navigation. Audience: information architects
Add functionality and features such as e-commerce, forums, media, search, geographic data, dates, workflow, messaging, forms, social networking, etc. Audience: site builders, developers and business architects
How to build sites in other languages and multi-language sites. Audience: site builders, site administrators
Customize the interface using templates, CSS, etc. Override the output from core or contributed modules. Audience: designers, usability and accessibility professionals, interface experts
How to build sites to support mobile devices. Audience: site builders, site administrators, designers
Search the complete Drupal API including forms, menus, node access, theme system, etc.
Use git for version control to manage projects and code, and to colloborate with other Drupal developers.
Use style and pattern guides for user interface text, and improve usability.
Examine a standard repository of sample modules that can be used to learn module development, or are referenced on handbook pages.
Find definitions of Drupal terminology and acronyms.
Reuse chunks of Drupal code that people have shared with the community.
Identify and solve problems with servers, page display, permissions, logins, etc.
Learn about documentation, licensing, the Drupal Association, community, etc.