This week's tutorial explains how to add metadata to your Drupal site. By default, Drupal has no fields for metadata. Check the source code at http://drupal.org and you'll see what I mean. To fix that issue, we recommend a module called Nodewords.

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Would you like to be able to update your Drupal site and automatically send those updates to Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, MySpace, Ning and dozens of other sites? This tutorial will show you how.
This week's tutorial is the first of a two-parter. We've had several students in our classes looking to build websites with multiple content authors ... blogs, newspapers, university sites and more. A common request is to improve Drupal's default handling of nodes. This week we'll…
This week's tutorial is the second of a two-parter. We've had several students in our classes looking to build websites with multiple content authors ... blogs, newspapers, university sites and more. A common request is to improve Drupal's default handling of nodes. In the first…
This week's tutorial was requested by a student in our Drupal forum. They wanted to know how to add a slideshow to their Drupal site. We recommend a module called Content Glider which allows you to show a slideshow in a block.
We're going to be adding a block position to a Drupal 6 theme called ShallowGrunge: http://drupal.org/project/shallowgrunge
This tutorial will show you how to create a custom RSS feed in Drupal. To do this you'll need to have the Views module uploaded and installed.
There is one module that makes designing for Drupal much, much easier. That is the Theme Developer module. It allows you to click on almost any part of your site and see precise details on how it is built. To get it working, we need…
The purpose of this tutorial is to show you how to find and fix problems with your Drupal templates. We're going to focus on CSS issues such as fonts, colors and padding.
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