Upgrading modules in Drupal can be performed from the web-interface. Unfortunately but understandably, this is not the case for the Core system. That requires a download and install by hand, replacing the current software tree while saving the current configuration, modules, themes, and libraries. In this article we describe the upgrade from Drupal Core version 7.7 to 7.8.
We had already installed the OpenX advertisement server before. Now we want to integrate the ad management system into a Drupal site.
Almost a year ago, we got very excited after looking into Drupal. Back then, version 7 of this Content Management Framework (CMF) was not yet available.
Today it is. And although not all modules are available for the new core, version 7 looks even better than its predecessor.
In this article we describe the complete installation of a multi-site Drupal system.
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If you want to build complex websites, Drupal is the way to go. While traditional Content Management Systems (CMS) focus on content management and delivering pages, Drupal is a Content Management Framework (CMF), offering you an environment in which you can create and tightly integrate your own content and functionality.