[thelist] Good Drupal book for web pros

Viggie viggie at viggie.com
Fri Jun 5 21:51:29 CDT 2009

Moving a site is easier with 'backup and migrate' module of Drupal.
I have also moved Drupal sites directly, but it requires changing some
of the variable values in system table besides leaving the stats.

Hope that helps.

Helping websites to work

On Fri, 2009-06-05 at 10:58 -0400, Nan Harbison wrote:

> Hi All,
> I bought the O'Reilly book on Drupal, which is good for understanding the
> components, etc. except it really is for people who are going to use it
> without doing any tweaks and don't need to understand anything under the
> covers. So, does anyone know of the best book if you are a web developer and
> do want to understand how it all works, like I think there is no reference
> to the URL of pages in the database, so you can easily move an installation
> from development server to final resting place without any problems. I was
> looking for a way to just redirect the files from the Drupal folder, which I
> couldn't get to work. (Correct me if I am wrong!)
> Thanks
> Nan

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