Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Version tags should be used only for questions that apply to a version only, not to merely say what version a site is using.
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The Views module allows creating lists of content with a flexible query builder.
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Version tags should be used only for questions that apply to a version only, not to merely say what version a site is using.
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Use it for questions about rendering or modifying the HTML markup produced by a module/theme.
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Nodes, comments, taxonomy terms, and users, in the terminology used since Drupal 7, are generally called "entities."
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The most basic form of content on a Drupal site is a node.
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One of the most important entities Drupal uses is the user entity.
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Use it for questions about the Form API. Don't use it for entity or entity field forms.
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One of the modules that implements an eCommerce framework and ecosystem is the Drupal Commerce module.
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"Taxonomy" refers to Drupal's content classification mechanism, organised into vocabularies and terms.
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Use it for questions about JavaScript code that is very specific for Drupal.
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Drupal provides a standard, vendor-agnostic abstraction layer for accessing database servers.
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Version tags should be used only for questions that apply to a version only, not to merely say what version a site is using.
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In Drupal, a self-contained collection of content and functionality that is displayed in theme regions is called block.
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Drupal core has some modules to handle media files, such as the Image module (Drupal 7) and the Media module (Drupal 8). Other modules handling media are third-party modules.
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Use it for the mechanism that allows to extends module's functionality without editing its code.
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Use it for questions about JavaScript/PHP code to create asynchronous web applications.
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Use it to generally reference to those files used on websites which could be video, images, pdfs, etc.
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Use it for questions about the engine which allows site administrators to automate actions: the Rules module.
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Using a term introduced in Drupal 8, routes are the paths to which modules respond.
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One of the modules used for surveys, contests, personalized contact forms, or petitions is the Webform module.
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Use it for the Drupal core module or any module extending its functionality, or aiming to replace it.
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Use it for questions about the command line shell and Unix scripting interface for Drupal (a.k.a. Drush).
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Use it in questions about adapting software to different languages, regional differences, and requirements of a target market (locale).
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Use it for questions about navigation menus and links used in a site.
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Drupal core uses email for a number of important tasks, such as verifying authenticated users' email address.
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Improving the response time, by reducing the amount of processing, in Drupal normally requires using a cache.
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Use it for questions about handling date or time through any module. Don't use it if you are already using "calendar" as tag.
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"Migration" means either the migration of data from from a different framework/CMS to Drupal, or from Drupal to Drupal.
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A "Uniform Resource Idendifier" identifies a resource on a network.
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Using the Panels module, authorized users can create specific layouts and theme them easily.
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Use it for questions about feeds and the Feeds module.
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Use it for questions about the WYSIWYG editors made available in Drupal.
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Use it for questions about the comment entity.
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Redirection in Drupal means sending the users to a different page.
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Use it for questions about path aliases, a way of creating pretty human readable URLs to replace system URLs like node/[nid].