Site Building and Using Drupal

The “site builder” audience creates websites using the Drupal UI and contributed modules. Presentations in this category should focus on what comes “out of the box” with Drupal, and less about what can be done with custom code. The power of Drupal lies not just in the core platform, but also in powerful contributed modules that allow one to build sites quickly and efficiently. This track is designed to teach you ways to let Drupal do the hard work without needing to write code.

Creating Layouts & Landing Pages in Drupal: the Paragraphs vs. Layout Builder Edition

pixelite
Conference Year
Session Track
Site Building and Using Drupal
Experience Level
Intermediate
Session Description

Two requirements that come up constantly on projects are “How do we make it easier for non-technical users to update our website?” And “How can we give content editors more flexibility?"

At the...

Enabling the Change-Makers: Redesigning Princeton's School of Public and International Affiars Website

pixelite
Conference Year
Session Track
Site Building and Using Drupal
Experience Level
Beginner
Session Description

In this session, we’ll give you an in-depth case study that guides you through the UX, visual design, and development process we followed to create a new digital home for Princeton University’s School...

Understanding Drupal

dinarcon
Conference Year
Session Track
Site Building and Using Drupal
Experience Level
Beginner
Session Description

Drupal is an extremely flexible system. To achieve this, various layers of abstractions were built into it. A lot of concepts were created to explain these abstractions. Unfortunately, they are not...

Display More, Collect More, Do More! CiviCRM Entity Module is Ready for Drupal 8

gen@skvare.com
Conference Year
Co-Presenter(s)
Session Track
Site Building and Using Drupal
Experience Level
Intermediate
Session Description

Make the most out of your CiviCRM integration with Drupal.

CiviCRM Entity is a Drupal module which now exposes CiviCRM entities as true Drupal entities. That means that almost any module that uses...