Both novice and advanced Drupal users will gain practical hands-on knowledge in how to migrate content into Drupal using this book.
Author: Trevor James
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
Written in a friendly and engaging style with practical tutorials and step-by-step examples which show you how to easily migrate your Drupal 6 or WordPress site to Drupal 7. "Drupal 7: A Guide to Migration" is for anyone interested in how to move content from an existing website into the Drupal content management system. Both novice and advanced Drupal users will gain practical hands-on knowledge in how to migrate content into Drupal using this book. You will become experts in using the Feeds module to migrate content, and in packaging your code using Features.
If you are an organization running on Drupal 6, you have two basic choices:
continue to run your site on an unsupported platform and suffer the
consequences of doing so or migrate your Drupal 6 site to Drupal 7, Drupal 8, or
Author: Todd Tomlinson
Migrate an existing Drupal 6 or 7 website to Backdrop and discover why you should consider using Backdrop when building a new website. You'll learn what Backdrop is, how to install and configure Backdrop, and create and manage content. Migrating from Drupal to Backdrop focuses on the user who is responsible for building, maintaining, and managing an organization's website and who is interested in Backdrop’s ability to meet their site’s requirements. There is a major shift in the open source CMS market and Backdrop is emerging as a significant force. The Drupal team's decision to rebuild Drupal 8 on Symfony has many developers and organizations in a quandary – do you learn a whole new framework and undertake the effort of migrating to Drupal 8, stay on Drupal 7 which will at some point be officially unsupported, or adopt Backdrop as their go-forward strategic platform? There is also a large mid-market that may not have the ability to scale up with the skills required to support Drupal 8 (Symfony), making Backdrop a viable and attractive alternative. By reading this book, you will: Understand why you should use Backdrop and the power of the platform Quickly build confidence in your ability to use Backdrop Gain the knowledge necessary to build, deploy, and manage web sites of moderate complexity on Backdrop Understand the process for migrating a Drupal 6 or 7 site to Backdrop What You Will Learn: What Backdrop is and why you should use it How to install a basic Backdrop web site from scratch How to create content in your new Backdrop web site How to install and configure modules How to migrate a Drupal 6 site to Backdrop How to migrate a Drupal 7 site to Backdrop Who This Book Is For:“br>This book is for technical users who need to use Backdrop to create websites using the platform or to manage existing content, as well as developers who are new to the Backdrop platform. The book is also targeted at organizations that currently use Drupal 6 or 7 and who wish to remain on the base architecture of those platforms as they move forward on Backdrop.
Features modules are a best practice of development whether you are upgrading
a site or not, so you may well be developing Features modules for a site you build
fresh in Drupal 7 for the purpose of migrating content in, also. Also, no matter ...
Author: Benjamin Melancon
The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 is the most comprehensive book for getting sites done using the powerful and extensible Drupal content management system. Written by a panel of expert authors, the book covers every aspect of Drupal, from planning a successful project all the way up to making a living from designing Drupal sites and to contributing to the Drupal community yourself. With this book you will: Follow practical approaches to solving many online communication needs with Drupal with real examples. Learn how to keep learning about Drupal: administration, development, theming, design, and architecture. Go beyond the code to engage with the Drupal community as a contributing member and to do Drupal sustainably as a business. The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 was written by the following team of expert Drupal authors: Benjamin Melançon, Jacine Luisi, Károly Négyesi, Greg Anderson, Bojhan Somers, Stéphane Corlosquet, Stefan Freudenberg, Michelle Lauer, Ed Carlevale, Florian Lorétan, Dani Nordin, Ryan Szrama, Susan Stewart, Jake Strawn, Brian Travis, Dan Hakimzadeh, Amye Scavarda, Albert Albala, Allie Micka, Robert Douglass, Robin Monks, Roy Scholten, Peter Wolanin, Kay VanValkenburgh, Greg Stout, Kasey Qynn Dolin, Mike Gifford, Claudina Sarahe, Sam Boyer, and Forest Mars, with contributions from George Cassie, Mike Ryan, Nathaniel Catchpole, and Dmitri Gaskin. For more information, check out the Drupaleasy podcast #63, in which author Benjamin Melançon discusses The Definitive Guide to Drupal 7 in great detail: http://drupaleasy.com/podcast/2011/08/drupaleasy-podcast-63-epic
Migrating content, users, and taxonomy from Drupal 6 or 7 to Drupal 8 was
relatively easy as compared to migrating themes and modules. For the most part,
migrating themes is next in the list of “easy-to-do” tasks, but that easy list ends
Author: Todd Tomlinson
Successfully architect a Drupal 8 website that scales to meet project requirements of any size and scope. Starting with a one-chapter review of Drupal basics, you'll dive into deeper topics including software development processes, architecting a Drupal site, scaling Drupal, working effectively with themes, and more. In addition to a thorough discussion of custom module development and how to develop modules as building blocks, you'll also review many common ways of integrating Drupal with other 3rd party systems. Building and maintaining an enterprise-ready Drupal website presents a unique set of challenges and complexities. From development processes and content management to deployments, version control and more, all aspects of Drupal development are impacted when two or more developers are on a project. If you are involved in a Drupal project that requires frequent updates and long-term support from a team of developers, system administrators, and end-users, Enterprise Drupal 8 Development is for you. Whether you're an experienced Drupal developer looking to expand your skills, a systems administrator managing a Drupal project, or a PHP developer new to Drupal, Enterprise Drupal 8 Development will give you the knowledge and inspiration you need to manage large and complex projects. What You'll Learn Architect Drupal for development teams and apply best practices for large Drupal projects Integrate 3rd party applications with Drupal Manage content, code, and configuration across multiple staging environments Build a consistent user experience for administrators and content creators Who This Book Is For The primary audience is intermediate to advanced Drupal developers who are working on large-scale Drupal projects and advanced PHP developers new to Drupal The secondary audience is IT Professionals such as Systems Administrators managing Drupal projects
Core migration modules These modules perform the following functions: Migrate
Drupal: It installs helper classes to assist in migrating Drupal 7 and earlier sites to
Drupal 8 Migrate Drupal UI: It adds a user interface Using Drupal 8's Migrate to ...
Author: Chaz Chumley
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
The book follows a standard tutorial-based approach to create, retrieve, update, and delete Drupal 7 entities, their properties and fields.Programming Drupal 7 Entities is perfect for intermediate or advanced developers new to Drupal entity ...
Author: Sammy Spets
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
The book follows a standard tutorial-based approach to create, retrieve, update, and delete Drupal 7 entities, their properties and fields.Programming Drupal 7 Entities is perfect for intermediate or advanced developers new to Drupal entity development who are looking to get a good grounding in how to code using the new paradigm. It's assumed that you will have some experience in PHP development already, and being vaguely familiar with Drupal, GIT, and Drush will also help.
Guidance for administrators, content managers and web publishers on using Drupal for content management Start building and managing web sites with the open-source content management system Drupal 7 and this in-depth guide.
Author: Ric Shreves
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The module recommended for backing up your Drupal site is called Backup and
Migrate.As the name suggests, you can also use this module for moving your site
from one server to another. Here's how to use Backup and Migrate: 1.
Author: Stephen Burge
Publisher: Prentice Hall
At last: Drupal made truly easy! Master Drupal 7 hands-on, step-by-step, through easy examples from a leading Drupal trainer! Drupal 7 is an amazingly powerful web content management system. But many newcomers find it confusing, and most Drupal books are just too complicated to help. If you want to spend less time struggling with complex instructions, and more time building sites that make you proud, this is the book for you! Top Drupal trainer Stephen Burge teaches everything you need to know—and nothing you don’t need to know! You’ll master Drupal one easy step at a time, through a complete, real-world sample project. You’ll find crystal-clear visuals, simple explanations, perfect analogies—all extensively tested with real Drupal beginners. This Guide’s quick, easy coverage includes • Planning a site that will be easy to build and manage • Installing Drupal and setting it up to work reliably and securely • Quickly finding the Drupal tools and features you’re looking for • Mastering an easy 3-step workflow for creating new content • Delivering more interesting content with fields and new content types • Creating intuitive site structures and user navigation • Adding powerful site features with just a few clicks • Completely redesigning your site in minutes with Themes • Adding site search, registration, and more • Presenting content in tables, lists, grids, or photo galleries • Creating advanced layouts and 2- or 3-column designs • Controlling what users on your site can see and do • Preparing your site for launch • Administering and updating a live site efficiently and safely Drupal 7 Explained requires absolutely no experience with Drupal, content management, website construction, programming, scripting, or even HTML. Stephen Burge has taught thousands of beginners—and thousands more who’ve experimented with Drupal but haven’t mastered it yet. Nobody knows more about guiding Drupal users up the learning curve—from confusion to results!
This book teaches how to create and manage content, taxonomy, users, page layouts, and menus to get the best site possible.
Author: Todd Tomlinson
Learn what Backdrop CMS is and how it fulfills the role of a content management system, along with how to install and configure it. This book teaches how to create and manage content, taxonomy, users, page layouts, and menus to get the best site possible. You'll also see how to install on shared hosting – which is a focus of the Backdrop CMS team – to make hosting your website affordable. Backdrop CMS has a very strong community, and Beginning Backdrop CMS shows you how to leverage Backdrop CMS’s repository of contributed modules and themes to expand the functionality and look of your site, along with how to contribute your own material to the community. Beginning Backdrop CMS focuses on the user who is responsible for building, maintaining, and managing an organization's website and who is interested in Backdrop CMS’s ability to meet their site’s requirements. It covers why you should consider using a content management system when building a new web site. By reading this book, you will: Understand why you should use Backdrop CMS and the power of the platform. Build confidence in your ability to use Backdrop CMS. Gain the knowledge necessary to build, deploy, and manage web sites of moderate complexity on Backdrop CMS. Understand the process for migrating a Drupal 6 or 7 site to Backdrop CMS. What You Will Learn Install a basic Backdrop CMS web site from scratch Create content in your new Backdrop CMS web site Work with and manage menus and users Build and use layouts when creating pages on your site Create a Backdrop CMS theme Understand the basics of a Backdrop CMS module Who This Book is For Technical users who need to use Backdrop CMS to create websites using the platform and to manage content. Developers who are new to the Backdrop CMS platform. The book is also targeted at organizations that currently use Drupal 6 or 7 and who wish to remain on the base architecture of those platforms as they move forward on Backdrop CMS.
This concise guide shows you how to create custom geographical maps from top to bottom, using Drupal 7 tools and out-of-the-box modules.
Author: Alan Palazzolo
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Build beautiful interactive maps on your Drupal website, and tell engaging visual stories with your data. This concise guide shows you how to create custom geographical maps from top to bottom, using Drupal 7 tools and out-of-the-box modules. You’ll learn how mapping works in Drupal, with examples on how to use intuitive interfaces to map local events, businesses, groups, and other custom data. Although building maps with Drupal can be tricky, this book helps you navigate the system’s complexities for creating sophisticated maps that match your site design. Get the knowledge and tools you need to build useful maps with Drupal today. Get up to speed on map projections, the ethics of making maps, and the challenges of building them online Learn how spatial data is stored, input by users, manipulated, and queried Use the OpenLayers or GMap modules to display maps with lists, tables, and data feeds Create rich, custom interactions by applying geolocation Customize your map’s look and feel with personalized markers, map tiles, and map popups Build modules that add imaginative and engaging interactions
Building and Administering a Successful Drupal-Powered Web Site, Portable
Documents Emma Jane Hogbin. Sometimes changes are ... If no such option
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Author: Emma Jane Hogbin
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Finally, Drupal Made Easy: A Step-By-Step Guide from Planning to Finished Site The open source content management system Drupal offers amazing flexibility, sophistication, and power. The catch? Many first-time users find it difficult to get started, and most Drupal books don’t help with the initial stages. Drupal™ User’s Guide is different: easy to use, fun to read, practical, and complete! Long-time Drupal site developer Emma Jane Hogbin guides you through every step of building sites with Drupal, from installation and site planning through launching your first site. Drawing on her experience teaching thousands of beginners, she covers both Drupal and Web design tasks, showing exactly how they fit together. Drupal™ User’s Guide shows how to use Drupal 7’s newest improvements to build more modern, manageable sites for any business or organization. Hogbin covers crucial topics other Drupal books ignore, including search engine optimization and accessibility. Walk through installing Drupal on Mac OS X and Linux Web servers Get comfortable with Drupal 7’s new administrative interface Build a basic site in minutes Create S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Timely) site goals Audit your existing content so you can make the most of it Explore, choose, and customize Drupal themes Walk through building a community site with private discussion area Build a complete business association directory site Use Web forms to capture and display any kind of content Take advantage of Drupal’s powerful Views module Choose the right Drupal and third-party modules to build virtually any site Optimize your site for Google and other search engines Use advanced techniques to improve your visitors’ experiences If you want to create great sites with Drupal–with no hassle, no confusion, and no degree in computer science–this is the book for you!
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Author: Konstantin Käfer
Publisher: Prentice Hall
About This Book This comprehensive guide will help you implement, customize and administer JIRA 7 application to meet the needs of your organization You will get to know the strategies needed to develop and deploy JIRA 7, along with best ...
Author: Ravi Sagar
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
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Additionally, many hospitals are moving their Web sites and portals to OSS/FS
content management systems, such as Drupal. The St. Antonius hospital in the
cities of Utrecht and Nieuwegein (The Netherlands) are migrating to an almost
completely OSS/FS IT ... Each of these groups have nurses actively involved 7.
Author: Juliana J. Brixey
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Introducing the most complete, compact guide to teaching and learning nursing informatics If you’re looking for a clear, streamlined review of nursing informatics fundamentals, Essentials of Nursing Informatics Study Guide is the go-to reference. Drawn from the newly revised 6th Edition of Saba and McCormick’s bestselling textbook, Essentials of Nursing Informatics, this indispensable study guide helps instructors sharpen their classroom teaching skills, while offering students an effective self-study and review tool both in and out of the classroom. Each chapter features a concise, easy-to-follow format that solidifies students’ understanding of the latest nursing informatics concepts, technologies, policies, and skills. For the nurse educator, the study guide includes teaching tips, class preparation ideas, learning objectives, review questions, and answer explanations—all designed to supplement the authoritative content of the core text. Also included is an online faculty resource to supplement classroom teaching,offering instructors PowerPoints with concise chapter outlines, learning objectives, key words, and explanatory illustrations and tables. To request To request Instructor PowerPoint slides: Visit www.EssentialsofNursingInformatics.com and under the "Downloads and Resources tab," click "Request PowerPoint" to access the PowerPoint request form. Focusing on topics as diverse as data processing and nursing informatics in retail clinics, the nine sections of Essentials of Nursing Informatics Study Guide encompass all areas of nursing informatics theory and practice: Nursing Informatics Technologies System Life Cycle Informatics Theory Standards/Foundations of Nursing Informatics Nursing Informatics Leadership Advanced Nursing Informatics in Practice Nursing Informatics/Complex Applications Educational Applications Research Applications Big Data Initiatives The comprehensive, yet concise coverage of Essentials of Nursing Informatics Study Guide brings together the best nursing informatics applications and perspectives in one exceptional volume. More than any other source, it enables registered nurses to master this vital specialty, so they can contribute to the overall safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of healthcare.
This book provides a clear, unbiased overview of the entire CMS ecosystem—from platforms to implementations—in a language- and platform-agnostic manner for project managers, executives, and new developers alike.
Author: Deane Barker
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Looking to select a web content management system (CMS), but confused about the promises, terminology, and buzzwords? Do you want to understand content management without having to dive into the underlying programming? This book provides a clear, unbiased overview of the entire CMS ecosystem—from platforms to implementations—in a language- and platform-agnostic manner for project managers, executives, and new developers alike. Author Deane Barker, a CMS consultant with almost two decades of experience, helps you explore many different systems, technologies, and platforms. By the end of the book, you’ll have the knowledge necessary to make decisions about features, architectures, and implementation methods to ensure that your project solves the right problems. Learn what content is, how to compare different systems, and what the roles of a CMS team are Understand how a modern CMS models and aggregates content, coordinates workflow, and manages assets Explore the scope and structure of a CMS implementation project Learn the process and best practices for successfully running your CMS implementation Examine the practice of migrating web content, and learn how to work with an external CMS integrator
Both the open source community and the library world live by the same rules and principles. Practical Open Source Software for Libraries explains the facts and dispels myths about open source.
Author: Nicole Engard
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Open source refers to an application whose source code is made available for use or modification as users see fit. This means libraries gain more flexibility and freedom than with software purchased with license restrictions. Both the open source community and the library world live by the same rules and principles. Practical Open Source Software for Libraries explains the facts and dispels myths about open source. Chapters introduce librarians to open source and what it means for libraries. The reader is provided with links to a toolbox full of freely available open source products to use in their libraries. Provides a toolbox of practical software that librarians can use both inside and out of the library Draws on the author’s wide-ranging practical experience with open source software both in and out of the library community Includes real life examples from libraries and librarians of all types and locations
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