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for questions regarding Drupal 7 specifically. Version tags should be used only when strictly necessary, for questions that apply to Drupal 7 only, and not to merely say "I am using Drupal…
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a module that allows creating lists of content with a flexible query builder.
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for questions about modules hosted on Drupal.org. It should not be used to generally mean "this question is about a module," when the question is about a module's code, or when the questio…
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for questions regarding Drupal 6 specifically. Version tags should be used only when strictly necessary, for questions that apply to Drupal 6 only, and not to merely say "I am using Drupal…
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about the development, adaption and configuration of "themes". A "theme" in Drupal is a set of files containing PHP, templates, Javascript and CSS that in concert provides a certain appeara…
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custom data that can be attached to Drupal entities.
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"Taxonomy" refers to Drupal's content classification mechanism, organised into vocabularies and terms.
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for questions regarding the use, reuse and manipulation of nodes, the most basic form of content on a Drupal site. While nodes are implemented as entities in Drupal 7, this tag should be u…
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the primary method for obtaining and acting upon user input in Drupal.
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a very strong, robust, easy and scalable API for creating forms in Drupal.
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an eCommerce framework and ecosystem built on Drupal 7.
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for topics related to the Drupal menu system.
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part of Drupal's theming system and allow for the customization of Drupal sites.
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PHP functions used to interact with the Drupal API.
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self-contained collections of content and functionality that are displayed within theme regions.
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a module that allows site administrators to define actions that are conditionally executed, either programmatically or in response to predetermined events.
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for questions about the usage of Drupal content types: managing, creating, filtering, displaying, and designing content types.
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Topics related to users, their user profiles, etc.
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a group of interrelated web development techniques used on the client-side to create asynchronous web applications.
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the module for making surveys in Drupal. It can be used for surveys, contests, personalized contact forms, or petitions.
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Views filters allow to filter the content shown in a view.
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Topics related to use of images on Drupal sites.
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"User permissions" refers to the permissions defined by modules to allow users to do specific actions defined from modules. It is different from "file permissions," which are the access permissions us…
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a command line shell and scripting interface for Drupal.
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Using the Panels module, authorized users can create specific layouts and theme them easily.
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for questions about themes hosted on Drupal.org. Don't use it to generally mean "this question is about a theme," when the question is about a theme's code, or when the question is already…
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a prototype-based object-oriented scripting language that is dynamic, weakly typed and has first-class functions.
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about SQL queries, consider using "sql-queries"; if the question is about the database API, use "db-api."
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a fast and concise JavaScript Library that simplifies HTML document traversing, event handling, animating, and Ajax interactions.
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The Content Construction Kit (CCK) module allows to add custom fields to nodes.
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used to store and display information about individual users.
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an e-commerce module developed for Drupal.
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a style sheet language used to describe the presentation semantics (the look and formatting) of a document written in a markup language.
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a core module that exposes an API other modules can use to allow searching for data in Drupal.
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the term that in Drupal 7 is used for nodes, comments, taxonomy terms, and users. Third-party modules can then define new entity types.
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for questions related to user authentication (login) as well as modules affecting user authentication.