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Innivation within the social enterprise
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Sent by admin on 10/10/2014 - 02:18
Status:   Posted in a Contest:  Innovation for the social start up
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This is an idea from Insider access account
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Sent by andrew@insider-access.org on 10/10/2014 - 01:09
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hello, this is an idea, not well formed, infact just and jumble or words.
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Frequently asked Questions 23.2
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Sent by admin on 10/09/2014 - 18:32
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To make the contrast between Drupal and other CMS's more concrete, consider the example of a news site. You want to be able to post news articles on the site, and you want the homepage to have a section featuring the five most recent ones. Next, you decide that you want to add a blog section, and put a list of links to the five most recent blog entries on the homepage as well.

If you were using an ordinary CMS, first you would install a plugin that handled news articles and could put short blurbs on the homepage. Next, you’d install a plugin that would track the latest blog posts and put a list of those on the homepage. Each plugin would only be responsible for tracking and managing a particular kind of content, and would remain relatively isolated from the others.To make the contrast between Drupal and other CMS's more concrete, consider the example of a news site. You want to be able to post news articles on the site, and you want the homepage to have a section featuring the five most recent ones. Next, you decide that you want to add a blog section, and put a list of links to the five most recent blog entries on the homepage as well.

If you were using an ordinary CMS, first you would install a plugin that handled news articles and could put short blurbs on the homepage. Next, you’d install a plugin that would track the latest blog posts and put a list of those on the homepage. Each plugin would only be responsible for tracking and managing a particular kind of content, and would remain relatively isolated from the others.

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idea stream 3
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Sent by admin on 10/09/2014 - 16:20
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Search the complete Drupal API including forms, menus, node access, theme system, etc.
Search the complete Drupal API including forms, menus, node access, theme system, etc.Search the complete Drupal API including forms, menus, node access, theme system, etc.Search the complete Drupal API including forms, menus, node access, theme system, etc.Search the complete Drupal API including forms, menus, node access, theme system, etc.Search the complete Drupal API including forms, menus, node access, theme system, etc.Search the complete Drupal API including forms, menus, node access, theme system, etc.

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Content Writing
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Sent by admin on 10/09/2014 - 15:57
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If you were using an ordinary CMS, first you would install a plugin that handled news articles and could put short blurbs on the homepage. Next, you’d install a plugin that would track the latest blog posts and put a list of those on the homepage. Each plugin would only be responsible for tracking and managing a particular kind of content, and would remain relatively isolated from the others.If you were using an ordinary CMS, first you would install a plugin that handled news articles and could put short blurbs on the homepage. Next, you’d install a plugin that would track the latest blog posts and put a list of those on the homepage. Each plugin would only be responsible for tracking and managing a particular kind of content, and would remain relatively isolated from the others.

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The Drupal overview
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Sent by admin on 10/09/2014 - 15:36
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To make the contrast between Drupal and other CMS's more concrete, consider the example of a news site. You want to be able to post news articles on the site, and you want the homepage to have a section featuring the five most recent ones. Next, you decide that you want to add a blog section, and put a list of links to the five most recent blog entries on the homepage as well.

If you were using an ordinary CMS, first you would install a plugin that handled news articles and could put short blurbs on the homepage. Next, you’d install a plugin that would track the latest blog posts and put a list of those on the homepage. Each plugin would only be responsible for tracking and managing a particular kind of content, and would remain relatively isolated from the others.

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