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In Content Editing and Administration, you’ll get an overview of how to manage content in Drupal 7 in different situations. Each Drupal site is unique and requires a different amount of customization. The entire content administration experience in Drupal can be completely modified to suit your needs.

Heather James, Manager of Learning Services at Acquia, will show you what the basic site administration experience looks like out of the box. She will also take a look at the administration experience looks like on a more robust site with a number of customizations. By the end of the class you’ll learn key terminology to speak to your developer team and some tips and tricks for making the most of your site.

In this webinar you will learn about:
• Content administration basics including adding and tagging content
• The difference between content editing forms, webforms and contact forms
• Searching for and locating specific content
• Customizations you may encounter and those you can request

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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

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