New to Drupal?
Drupal is an open source content management platform that is customizable to help meet your needs. This section explains basic Drupal concepts.
Glossary of Terms
The glossary gives definitions for terminology and acronyms used in the Drupal project and by the Drupal community.
Getting Started with Drupal 6 Administration
This section provides details on getting started with the administration area in Drupal 6.
Getting started with Drupal 7 Administration
This section provides details on getting started with the administration area in Drupal 7.
Adding a User and User Roles and Permissions
This documentation describes how to add users, create and edit user roles, and set up permissions so that each role may only do what the administrator permits.
The Account Settings section describes how to change settings to control information about yourself and also your use and experience of a Drupal site.
Content Types and Creating Content
Content types define various default settings for nodes of that type, such as whether the node is published automatically and whether comments are permitted. This section also includes instructions on how to create content.
A nodequeue allows a content administrator to put nodes in an arbitrarily ordered list.
The Menus section describes how to administer primary and secondary menus.
The Taxonomy module assists in classifying your web content and establishing your site's information architecture.
The Views documentation describes how to present your content to your site users in the way you choose.
A theme is a collection of files that determines the look and feel of the site
This section provides instructions on how to create RSS feeds for your content
The Pathauto module allows you to to have URL aliases for nodes, taxonomy terms, and users.