Building Drupal websites with the CCK and Views modules
I just launched my new Drupal website, How I Sold My Business: A Personal Diary. A cool thing about this site is that the Charities and Businesses portions of the website were created almost entirely without programming.
Before reading any more of this article, take a look at the Charities page on that site, then come back to this article ...
The Drupal CCK and Views modules
As you saw, the Charities page consisted of a list of charities that my eBook readers have recommended, along with a form to let you suggest new charities for the list. The cool thing about this is that if I hadn't added the validation piece at the bottom of the "add" form (requiring that people own a copy of my eBook), this would have required no programming at all.
That's so much fun to say, let me repeat it: no programming at all.
I've already written a lot of Drupal tutorials on my devdaily.com website, so until I create these new CCK and Views tutorials, I'll direct you there for more information.
Reporting live from beautiful downtown Boulder, Colorado, this is Alvin Alexander.
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