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Drupal For Dummies

Drupal For Dummies

Learn to set up, manage, and administer a Drupal web site

Drupal offers unparalleled flexibility for content-managed web sites, and Drupal 7 is the easiest version to use yet. This new edition teaches you the fast, fun, and easy way to get started with Drupal. Even if you have no Drupal experience, you’ll quickly learn how to download and install Drupal, set up your first content-managed site, apply templates, use modules, and more.

Drupal gurus Lynn Beighley and Seamus Bellamy show you how to take advantage of what Drupal has to offer, make the most of the new features in Drupal 7, and demystify perplexing Drupal issues.

  • Drupal is a free, open source modular framework and content management system designed for content-managed web sites
  • Shows you how to download Drupal; no programming experience required
  • Looks at Drupal 7 and explains new features that make it is easier to use than previous iterations of Drupal for a creating a blog, content site, or eBusiness site
  • Explains how to organize and create your site’s content, apply templates, and get your first site up and running
  • Details the ways to use modules and third-party templates

Whether you’re looking to implement a flexible content management system, turbocharge a blog with photo galleries, or administer a third-party Drupal site, this book gets you off to a running start!

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Is “Blogging For Dummies” Trademarked?

Question by D J: Is “Blogging For Dummies” Trademarked?
I’m trying to figure out if “Blogging For Dummies” is trademarked. I wouldn’t use it to make money or for any commercial purposes, but rather an independent website. Would it be legal?

Best answer:

Answer by arcoix
Already taken:

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bloggingfordummies.net
bloggingfordummies.org
blogging4dummies.com

Still available:
blogging-for-dummies.com
blogging4dummies.net
blogging4dummies.org

try to find other possibilities at domain registrar company such as http://www.dynadot.com, http://www.namecheap.com, etc. You don’t need to pay for this domain information lookup.

As long as nobody registered the domain name you want you can register it for yourself.

arcoix

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