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Views Mini-Course, Part III: How to Back Up Your Views Safely [May 15, 2013]

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In part three of our mini-course on Views, Heather James, training manager at Acquia, will show you how to make your Views easier to manage and backup. She’ll show you how to export your Views to code. Editing Views on a live site is dangerous. Using the techniques you'll learn in this class, you'll be able to backup your Views settings safely. If you've never built a module before, this is a great way to start.

In this webinar, Heather will demonstrate:
• Quick way to backup your Views
• How to create a module to back up your views (no prior experience with module development needed)
• Where you can go to learn more about Views

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