Acquia's Kieran Lal gives an introduction and complete overview of what Drupal and open source software is, the importance of its community, who is using Drupal, and what it is capable of. This is a great presentation if you are new to Drupal or if you have heard of Drupal and are considering using it.
In this tutorial, Rick discusses some high level tips for designing content types in Drupal. He goes over what content types are, how they are used, and some best practices when making them. This is a fantastic video for novice site builders!
This session will explain how to get more control over templates, and for instance, prevent tons of overrides when you have many views that require custom markup. It will also cover how to make CSS systems, how to do design for Drupal, how you can use Drupal to manage brand assets, and how you can get the most out of your team.
I hated the block system. There I said it. Many of you probably felt the same way. I've used everything I can think of to get around the block system and have built sites every different way imaginable. Recently though, I've had a revelation. The block system, while not perfect, actually is pretty good.
A week or so back, Mediacurrent wrote a thought provoking blog post about how Drupal is at a crisis point and losing the CMS marketing battle. The article expounds upon Dries' DrupalCon London State of Drupal keynote, calling on the community to better market Drupal. While I wholeheartedly agree with the points in the post, I think there is a bigger picture opportunity for marketing that is being missed.
A core conversation in which we discuss the implications for Mobile, WYSIWYG, Render API, Design Patterns, Semantics (HTML5/Aria/Microformats/RDFa), the Basic Page, Responsive Design, and Unstructured Data.
Until recently mobile development meant site builders had to build parallel solutions, either a mobile app or a mobile-only website.
LevelTen is packing up a camper van with a propane stove, some castile soap, and a whole lot of Drupal knowledge to share! We will be touring the South, offering training workshops in Houston and New Orleans, and topping it all off with a full week of training back home in Dallas where we will spend the entire week showing you how to build and theme your own Drupal website.
Whether you’re a Drupal newbie, a dabbler or an experienced developer, we’ve got a workshop that’s right for you. Come get hands-on, interactive training from our Drupal experts.