Drupal is an open-source content management platform powering millions of websites and applications. It's built, used and supported by an active and diverse community of people around the world. The Drupal community provides vast documentation and support via their website, Drupal.org. There are also thousands of independent sites that provide information, modules, themes, tips, tricks, hacks, you name it.
The following resources are available to all Drupal users, regardless of the coding, modules or theme.
Drupal.org is the official website for the Drupal script, with comprehensive documentation and support forums to ask questions and find answers. When you are having issues with Drupal, this should be your first stop for support since common issues and their solutions are frequently posted on this site. There is also a great community of active users to whom you can pose your questions.
Module or Theme Designer's Official Website
As you work with Drupal, you may wish to add modules and themes to your website. When you are experiencing an issue with a particular module or theme, it is generally best to contact the creator of the module or theme. You can locate this information on Drupal.org under the "Download & Extend" menu or by performing a search.
- List of Modules (with links to developers) on Drupal.org
- List of Themes (with links to developers) on Drupal.org
You may wish to implement specific changes to your Drupal website to expand its capability. In the below references you can find additional information regarding ways to improve your Drupal website using one method or another.
Try a Search Engine
Having an issue with or wanting to do something specific in Drupal? With hundreds of thousands of individuals and organizations using Drupal to power an endless variety of sites, chances are that someone else has encountered something similar, and they may have posted the solutions online. Frequently, you can utilize search engines to locate whatever you may need concerning Drupal.