[thelist] good drupal tutorial for non-web devs

Nan Harbison nan at nanharbison.com
Wed Oct 21 11:47:44 CDT 2009

Did you look at the Drupal website:

Specifically, the Drupal cookbook was helpful, I thought.


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I'm looking for a good Drupal tutorial that I can point a client to.
I've set up her site, done some of the basic configuration, and now it's
time for her to add her content. Unfortunately all the tutorials I've found
seem to be geared towards developers, with too much technical info, info
about installing, etc. Anyone know of a good one that covers what a client
needs to know to do basic stuff like add content to their site, add menu
items, etc? I could write something for her myself but I'd prefer not to
reinvent the wheel here.

sarah adams
web developer & programmer

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