There is a Drupal module called Panels. There is a Drupal module called Context. There is a feature in Panels called context.
Traditional HTML website planning techniques fall short when used to plan a Drupal site. In an article comparing WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and Plone, Idealware said "The flexibility of the [Drupal] system means it's important to think through the best way to accomplish what you want before diving in." Drupal Websites: A Planner's Guide is being developed to help you "think through" what you want and need before diving in with development decisions.
The plan is to make it available for DrupalCon San Francisco 2010, if not sooner. If you want to be notified when the site is ready, please contact me via the contact form and I will send you an email when it is open.
Planning Drupal Sites
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I did a Google search recently to see how people were creating image galleries in Drupal. I found several options but none did what I needed.
In the past year, the letters UX have grown very popular in discussion posts, job ads, etc.
Have you ever needed to automatically create a URL with a structure like the one below?
This is just a short lesson's learned I want to share regarding the decoupling of a multi-site Drupal installation.
It's been a long time coming. I have just launched http://planningdrupalsites.com.
Learn how to install and configure Organic Groups Content Type Admin module.
Have you ever wanted to land on a node and have a block appear showing another node(s) that shares the same vocabulary term?
Node access is not an uncommon topic in the Drupal community so why bother writing about it?
This article considers the insert view module as a means of adding a view to a page.