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Drupal For Dummies® by Lynn Beighley

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Chapter 17. Ten Places to Help You Do More with Drupal

In This Chapter

  • Getting more help

  • Changing themes

  • Meeting other Drupal users

There are many great resources where you can get help, download new themes, and meet other Drupal users. This chapter contains ten great resources to help you get the most from Drupal.

Getting More Help

The following six resources are great for getting help and advice from experienced Drupal developers.

Drupal.org forum

When in doubt, go to the source. The Drupal.org Web site has a great user forum (see Figure 17-1).

To access the forum, browse to

http://drupal.org/forum

Tip

You don't need an account on the Drupal.org site to read the forum, but if you want to post your own questions, you will. Having an account also enables you to receive notifications when your questions get responses, as well as other news about Drupal.

Drupal.org user forum.

Figure 17.1. Drupal.org user forum.

Twitter

Twitter may seem an unlikely source for Drupal help and information, but it's worth a bit of attention. You can screen for tweets about Drupal topics by typing #drupal in the search box located on the right side of the twitter.com home page (see Figure 17-2).

Many of the resulting tweets point you at new themes, Drupal sites, and Drupal developments.

Facebook

Facebook may seem like another unlikely resource, but the Facebook Drupal group is a great place to get help and ideas (see Figure 17-3).

To join the group, ...

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