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Introduction to Drupal

This Drupal training course will take you through the process of learning drupal and building a flexible website.

Cost: $19 Per Course


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In this Drupal training course you'll get some of the theory/concepts of what makes Drupal so flexible and powerful. You'll do hands on activities to set up a Drupal site, make a content type, webforms and place content in your layout. The total course is 3 hours long. There are 1.5 hours of videos to watch, and about 1.5 hours of exercises to complete in your own time.We'll start by using a simple to set up hosted site on, and then we'll see how to export it and set up your own local environment using Acquia's DevDesktop. Both are free to use, and make launching your site much easier. No previous experience is required, just bring your ideas and questions! Learning Drupal will be fun!If you're signing up, please fill out this pre-course survey. All sessions are completed and available. Please jump right in and share links to your sandbox websites under "Discussions".If you need to get discounted admission into this course, please get in touch with one of our instructors.United States Government Federal Employees (as well as State, Local, Judicial, and Legislative employees) can access this course free of charge using codes available through Drupal Goverment groups. Please get in touch with an instructor to get connected to these groups and the access codes.


  • Level of Difficulty: Beginner
  • Size: Large Class
  • Instructor: Heather James
  • Cost: $19 Per Course
  • Institution: Udemy

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