• Reviewing Your Configuration and Implementation
• Protecting Against Intruders
• Using Terms of Service and Other Legal Modules
• Exploring Drupal Advertising Modules
Now that you have seen an introduction to Drupal (in Part I) and an in-depth look at Drupal’s socializing and communication tools, including e-commerce (in Part II), it is time to focus on building your site. This part deals with the nuts-and-bolts issues of choosing a theme for your site, working with panels and pages, using menus, and other overall site issues.
In this hour, you prepare for creating and deploying your site. You gain some basic housekeeping information—everything ...