Site Building with Drupal 7

Saturday, November 19
Full-day (8:30am–5:00pm)
Jennifer Lampton

Jennifer has been actively working with Drupal since 2006. She maintains several modules on, and is a very active member in the Drupal community. She’s a regular face at the Berkeley users group, an occasional attendee at the San Francisco users group, and a drop-in at other Drupal Camps and Conferences around the country. She’s currently the lead organizer for the BADcamp events, and was an organizer for DrupalCon San Francisco in 2010.

This introductory one-day workshop touches on nearly every aspect of the core Drupal framework and covers many must-have modules. You’ll learn best practices from industry professionals and create a sustainable framework for managing your content. By the end of the day, you’ll have created a Drupal site that looks and functions much like any you’ll see on the web today.

What you will learn

  • Basic setup and configuration
  • Creating, editing and moderating content
  • Using the Menu system to customize navigation
  • Categorizing content using the taxonomy system
  • Adjusting theme settings and changing themes
  • Adding users, creating roles and assigning permissions

Intended audience and skill level

This class is suitable for complete Drupal beginners, but might also be great for Drupal 6 users wanting to know what’s new in Drupal 7.

Necessary skills for attendees

An active interest in learning about Drupal, a basic understanding of the Internet, and experience browsing the web. Working knowledge of HTML and CSS is helpful but not required.

Skill level


Price: $150.00

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