Intro to Drupal
Drupal is a popular high-performance content management system (CMS) written in PHP, and well-regarded for its customization and flexibility. Drupal is free and open source, and is distributed under the GNU General Public License.
Install Drupal 7 on CentOS 7 or Ubuntu 16.04 With Apache
Learn how to install Drupal 7 on CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 16.04 with Apache. Drupal is a popular high-performance CMS which is well-regarded for its customization and flexibility.
Use Drupal on a Server with Plesk
For any server with Plesk, applications like Drupal should always be installed and managed through the Plesk interface. Follow the instructions in this tutorial to learn how to install and run Drupal on a Plesk server
How to Migrate a WordPress Site to Drupal
Learn how to migrate a WordPress site to Drupal using the WordPress Migrate Drupal module. This module is built on top of the all-purpose Migrate module for migrating content into Drupal, and is designed to convert a WordPress blog export (WXR file) into a Drupal site, create Drupal taxonomies, build user accounts, format comments, and more. This tutorial includes step-by-step instructions for the export of a WordPress site, the installation of Drupal, the installation of the WordPress Migrate plug-in and the import of a WordPress Site.
How to Speed Up a Drupal Website's Performance Using Varnish
Learn how to improve the performance of a Drupal website using Varnish Cache. A web server (proxy) cache is an excellent way to significantly improve the page load times of a Drupal website.
Install and Use Drush, the Drupal Shell
Learn how to use Drush, a utility which allows you to work with Drupal from the command line. Drush can be used to check the status of a website, install and manage modules and themes, and more.
Install Drupal 7 on Ubuntu 16.04 With NGINX
Drupal is a popular blogging and CMS platform. It works well when combined with NGINX, a web server which is designed to be easy to use and to deliver high performance. Learn how to install and run Drupal on NGINX.
Migrate a Drupal Website With Drush
Learn how to migrate a Drupal website using Drush, a utility which allows you to work with Drupal from the command line.
Set Up Multiple Websites on a Single Drupal Installation
Learn how to set up multiple websites on a single installation of Drupal. This will allow you to point multiple domain names to their own directories in your document root. Each one will function as a stand-alone Drupal website, independent of any other domain on the server.
Use Aegir to Deploy Drupal Sites on Ubuntu
Learn how to install and use Aegir to deploy and manage a network of Drupal sites on Ubuntu 14.04. Aegir is a popular and fully extensible tool built on Drupal and Drush, which can scale across many server clusters. Aegir serves as a single management interface for as many Drupal sites as you want to launch and host. With Aegir, you can create and launch a Drupal site on your server with just a few clicks.