I'm doing work for a client that has Drupal set-up. It's a rather cumbersome web-building interface... is there any way I can bypass this building tool to create my website but still be able to implement shopping cart elements through Drupal's ubercart?

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danwellman 5600
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There was an ftp module project that was started a couple of years ago. There was some dicussion about discontinuing it due to security concerns, but it was updated earlier this year...

Here is the module: drupal_ftp

Some background info about the project: blog post

Answered almost 9 years ago by danwellman
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You should learn more about the 'cumbersome web building interface' - drupal themers are in great demand and can command high hourly rates.

What specifically are you struggling with? Drupal is a very powerful CMS, and you need to work with it, rather than against it.

If there's already a Theme, you should be working within it, if not, then choose one and adapt it to suit.

Answered almost 9 years ago by Tony Crockford
  • I'm starting to regret calling it cumbersome... I more intend to communicate that it's extremely difficult for me to use efficiently/effectively on a project that's due the end of the week when I have no prior experience with it, haha KyleBooth almost 9 years ago
  • and that's why drupal themers earn so much... :) Tony Crockford almost 9 years ago