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Drupal 7 Display Modules, Part 2: Page Layouts with Panels [August 7, 2013]

Drupal 7 Display Modules, Part 2: Page Layouts with Panels [August 7, 2013]

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In the Drupal Display Modules series, we will walk you through two different ways to control content layout. In our second session, we will walk you through using the Panels Module.

Panels is by far the most popular module for code-free design in Drupal used to create home pages, landing pages and more. It’s drag-and-drop interface lets you visually design a layout and place content within that layout. Join OSTraining, an Acquia training partner, to get a full overview of the Panels Module.

In this webinar, you will learn:
• How to use the drag-and-drop features to create practical layouts.
• How create homepages and landing pages.
• How to integrate content blocks and views into sophisticated displays
• About the capabilities of the Panels module

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mercredi, le 7 août 2013h
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Posted on by Jiyoung (non vérifié).

Hi I input all the fileds then redirected page is showing bunch of error codes...
How can I see the webinar?

I would appreciate if you could send video link to email or guide me to the right direction.

Thank you!

jiyoung at mswebmatrix.com

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