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Figure 2-6. Add the user to the database.
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The following page allows you to manage user privileges. Select ALL PRIVILEGES, and click Make Changes, as shown in Figure 2-7.
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Figure 2-7. Select ALL PRIVILEGES when adding a user to a database. Congrats, you are ready to download and install Drupal. Please note that this process may differ depending on your host and how it has cPanel configured. This should give you enough information to extrapolate to your own host; it s a relatively simple process of creating the cPanel account, pointing the domain to the account, and creating a database with a user who has the proper permissions.
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Once you have set up your host, you are ready to download and install Drupal. In this section, I discuss important files and folders in the downloaded Drupal package. I talk about the difference between core files and site files and what should be placed in each. I also discuss how Drupal uses a domain to serve a web site. In closing, I ll discuss the difference between multisite and single-site installs and how each works.
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You can download the latest release of Drupal from Drupal.org. The download contains a number of files and folders, all of which are considered core (see Figure 2-8 for all the folders included with core). For the most part, the only folder to which you will add files and images is the sites folder (advanced Drupalers may add one or more install profiles to the profiles directory). This brings up a big point: do not hack any folders other than the sites folder unless you know what you are doing. Modifying files outside of the sites folder can lead to problems, especially when you update your site, as discussed in 11.
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Figure 2-8. Drupal s folders and files located in the download package I should point out the modules folder as another folder of interest. In 1, I briefly discussed how Drupal is a modular system; that is, modules can be added to Drupal to add or improve current functionality. The modules folder contains all of Drupal s core modules; that means users, content types, node creation, and so on, are all located in this folder. When developing a Drupal site, you may find additional contributed modules that need to be added to the site. Contributed modules are not added to this folder.
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The sites folder contains modules, themes, images, scripts, and more, specific to one or more sites (see the Multisite section for further discussion of running two or more sites off one installation of Drupal core). In Figure 2-9, you ll notice the sites directory contains two folders, all and default, with a directory for modules and themes within the all directory. Understanding how Drupal uses these directories requires an understanding of how Drupal serves a site. When Drupal receives a request for a web page, it searches the sites folder for a configuration directory with a corresponding domain name.
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For example, if I plan to create the site www.FoundationDrupal7.com, I will create a configuration directory named foundationdrupal7.com in the sites directory. When the web server receives a request for foundationdrupal7.com, Drupal searches the sites directory for a directory named foundationdrupal7.com. If this directory does not exist, then Drupal uses the sites/default folder. Several files and folders are located within a configuration directory (see Figure 2-9). Each directory contains a number of files and folders for each site, including the following:
Publicly available files in the files directory Site-specific contributed modules Site-specific contributed themes settings.php (also named default.settings.php in the default site folder)
Figure 2-9. Site-specific directory as configured for foundationdrupal7.com Remember, if you do not create a site-specific configuration directory, then Drupal will use the default folder. This means the default folder is also a site-specific directory and can contain any of the folders and files located in the foundationdrupal7.com directory in Figure 2-9. You ll also notice that the file default.settings.php is located in the default folder. The all directory contains contributed modules and themes. You may ask, If modules and themes are added to this directory and they re also added to the configuration directory, which directory should I place them in I don t believe there s any right or wrong answer to this, so here s what I do. I place contributed modules and themes in the all/modules or all/themes folder. If I ever hack a contributed or core module, I copy it to the site-specific modules directory and do my hacks there. Here s the reason to my madness: when Drupal is searching for contributed modules and themes, it first searches the sitespecific configuration directory, then the all/modules and all/themes directories, and finally the core modules directory. If I hack a module or theme, copying it to the site-specific configuration directory allows two versions of it to exist: the original and modified versions. Then I simply reinstall the module, and
Drupal finds the hacked version first, because it exists in the site-specific configuration directory. This is also beneficial when running a multisite setup. Various Drupal modules use the public and private folders to create and manage files and images accessed on your site. When configuring the file system for your site, you are required to set the default download method as public or private and set the folder locations for each. All folders must be configured to allow Drupal to read, write and execute permissions (see the section Downloading and installing Drupal later in this chapter). Configuring private downloads is discussed in depth in 3. Note that if you change the default download method from public to private, or vice versa, Drupal switches which folders are used, and you may lose data. For this reason, it is not recommended that you switch the default download method after a site is in production. The settings.php file is a configuration file responsible for a number of settings, including database connections. Configuring the settings.php file is discussed in the section Downloading and installing Drupal later in this chapter.
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