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Preventing Drupal Headaches: Content Type Checklist [January 22, 2014]

Preventing Drupal Headaches: Content Type Checklist [January 22, 2014]

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Are you planning your content types? This is one of the biggest architectural decisions you’ll make in Drupal. This session is geared towards project managers who are new to Drupal, so you can communicate with your technical team to ensure your content types tick all the boxes. In this session we’ll cover:

• Key parts of your content type plan: Defaults, fields, publishing, revisions and editing
• Dangerous pitfalls to avoid
• Avoid “content type proliferation” during the development process
• Testing your content models
• Identify misused content types
• Remediating problematic content types

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