Voting starts in March for the Drupal Association Board election.
So maybe i was naive to trust my host, I don't know?
I just transferred my account from Hostpapa to GoDaddy. I got 4 sites that a group of admins are administering. My Primary site that I deal with was using WordPress before. It was simply only blogs. All 4 of the sites are expanding and are beginning to include media and more E-magazine feel. WordPress is not conducive to this. So based on GoDaddy's suggestion, I install Drupal on one of my Domains. I guess my confusion maybe set in from the fact that GoDaddy said because it creates a database on the account, you will not want it on the "index" of the site.
SO what I want is full control over my design, (wordpress is limited in adjusting PHP and CSS) ALSO based on 2 of the 4 sites being magazine style sites I want to have my home page; a feed of what is the most current "story", without having to update each page of this design.
I guess at this point I am more confused how the structure of this works.
I have 7 article types (each one I would like to have its own page with header. But CSS the menus)
I want those to feed into the "index"
My Database/ Drupal is sitting on a "sub" page
I want the information being created from the database and being fed to each page accordingly and then the "feed" of most recent being placed to my "index"
is this possible?
A hopeful drupal user