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Drupal: Creating Blogs, Forums, Portals, and Community Websites by David Mercer

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Categorization

At first glance it might seem that categorization and taxonomy are yet more terms used as indicators that your job is going to be more complex for some reason or other. After all, it's perfectly reasonable to set up a website facility to allow blog writers to blog, forum posters to post, administrators to administer, or any other type of content producer to produce content and leave it at that. With what we have covered so far this is all quite possible, so why does Drupal insist on adding the burden of learning about new concepts and terms?

If you know that your site is never going to gather a substantial amount of content, then spending time working with taxonomies and so on is probably not going to bring much advantage—you can ...

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