Chapter 8. Administrative Interfaces

It is easy to be lulled into thinking the only area of the Web site that can be controlled by a theme is the very front-end design—the part that Web site visitors see. In fact, with a little bit of thinking about the common tasks your Web site administrators are performing, you can create a completely customized Drupal administration area. This will help to speed up work flow and will reveal new ways of thinking about how common tasks could be made even easier. When using any administrative system, take notes about functionality that you do, and do not, like. Think about how you could apply these lessons to your own Web sites. Does it make more sense for you, and your Web site administrators, to use iconic ...

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