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  • drupal.asu.edu | Drupal ASU
    Development Site Vendors Build ASU Development Services Vendors Developer Resources Download and Extend Documentation Tutorials Legacy Web Hosting Drupal org Documentation Pantheon Helpdesk Support Support Forum Phx Metro Drupal Users Group drupal phx IRC ASU Drupal Mailing List Blog Get an ASU Drupal Site Learn about affordable hosting options development help and consulting services and the community behind it all drupal asu edu Host Everything you need to host your

    Original URL path: http://drupal.asu.edu/ (2014-01-27)
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  • Web Hosting options | Drupal ASU
    You are here Home Host Host Everything you need to host your ASU web site Enterprise web hosting Limited to ASU sites that must host sensitive enterprise data No cost to department or unit Learn more Pantheon hosting Recommend Recommended for most ASU Drupal web sites Special service levels and discounted pricing for ASU Learn more Get Started Other web hosting For non Drupal solutions explore our customer reviews of outside vendors Learn more Take advantage of special rates and features through ASU s partnership with Pantheon It s easy and free to get started with a Sandbox account or import your existing site Once your site is ready to launch ASU offers three plans personal pro and enterprise View all ASU discounted plans or sign up for a plan today How does Pantheon work Comparing Pantheon with other Drupal hosting vendors Sign up for a free Drupal Sandbox Ready to take your site live with a custom domain name Apply to take your site live Pricing Features Free Sandbox Basic Pro Business Enterprise Monthly cost Free 20 75 300 Depends on Requirements Target Use Development Small low traffic site Group or department site Higher volume Mission Critical High Support

    Original URL path: http://drupal.asu.edu/host (2014-01-27)
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  • What Is Drupal? | Drupal ASU
    filling in forms on a web browser When visitors view a page Drupal retrieves the content from the database and composes all the components of the page in a template This makes it easy for content owners to quickly add or change content without requiring knowledge of HTML Once installed Drupal is a fully functioning website ready for content Out of the box or core Drupal comes with many features such as blogs pages a role based permission system menus blocks basic themes and more For many sites these core features are enough A Web Platform Drupal is also a web platform or a content management framework Core Drupal can be easily extended by adding contributed modules For instance Social media Calendars Newsletters E commerce Slideshows Photo galleries Video podcasts Document publishing workflow Content access Web Services There are literally thousands of modules available in the Drupal modules repository making it possible to create almost any type of site Many highly complex sites have been built with Drupal see The New York Observer MTV UK and the Whitehouse for a few examples ASU also provides a number of ASU specific modules ASU Branding Module ASU News Feeds ASU Events Feeds ASU Directory Feeds ASU eAdvisor Feeds ASU User Picker Finally Drupal s modular architecture makes it easy for PHP developers to create their own custom modules Branding Drupal s theme system is as customizable as its functionality Themes consist of HTML PHP templates and CSS files that can be easily modified Hundreds of themes are available for download in the Drupal themes repository To create a site with ASU branding you can add the global ASU header and footer to any theme with one line of code Or you can upload and enable the ASU Brand module Is Drupal Right

    Original URL path: http://drupal.asu.edu/host/drupal (2014-01-27)
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  • Getting Started | Drupal ASU
    a Free Development Site Vendors Support for Pantheon Sites Pantheon Helpdesk Create a Pantheon Support Ticket Need Development Help UTO Contract Drupal Development contracts with ASU departments and organizations for architecture design development and maintenance services For outside vendors see the list of rated Drupal firms Getting Started Creating a new development site on ASU Pantheon is easy and free You don t need a domain name nor must you pay for your account until you launch your site All ASU Pantheon sites have asu edu domains can be ASU branded carry the ASU header and footer and have access to ASU CAS 1 click sign in with ASURITE 1 Create a Pantheon account at https dashboard getpantheon com register Use an asu edu email address to access ASU tools and discounts 2 You ll be asked to verify your asu edu email Follow the link in the verification email to continue creating an account 3 Click Create a site now On the Create or Import a Site screen select the Organization Affiliation Arizona State University Give your development site a name and an URL the final production site URL will be different and you can change the site name at any time Click the Continue button 4 It may take several minutes for the account to be created When it s finished press the Continue button On the Create or Import a Site screen you re presented with a number of options You can import an existing ASU Drupal site see more on importing you can create a plain Drupal site and make all the customizations yourself or you can create an OpenASU site which is already ASU branded comes with many ASU specific modules and features and includes an easy point n click site building tool Click Install

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  • Prepare Your Web Hosting Site for Import to Pantheon | Drupal ASU
    experienced developers and or those who are comfortable using the command line may benefit more from refering to Pantheon s article on Importing an Existing Site Please note that there is a size limit for the files used to import sites into Pantheon 100 MB limit on file uploads and 500 MB limit on URL imports You can find the size of your files listed in the Size column For example in the screenshot below the codebase tar gz file is 14 1 MB This tutorial assumes that your Drupal site is installed in the public html folder of your domain After following these instructions you will have three separate files that contain the following Drupal Codebase Drupal Files Archive Drupal Database Archive Creating Codebase Archive Login to your DirectAdmin account by going to yoursite asu edu 2222 After you are logged in click on the Files icon On the next screen select the domains folder then select the domain name for your site Afterward find your public html folder and click on the Copy link Name the copy of this folder codebase and click on the Copy button Depending on the size of your site this process could take a few minutes Once your copy is completed you will navigate through a series of folders to locate your files folder In most cases you should be able to find your files folder by clicking on your newly created codebase folder then the sites folder and then the default folder If the files folder is not located in your default folder click on the Up a Level link and look to see if it is located in a folder with your domain name i e yoursite asu edu After locating your files folder select the checkbox on its right side then click on the Add to Clipboard button Click on the Up a Level link three times to return to the directory where your codebase folder was created Then click on the Move Clipboard Files here button You should now have a files folder and codebase folder in the same directory Click on the Empty Clipboard button Then select the checkbox on the right side of your codebase folder Now click on the Add to Clipboard button Finally scroll down to the bottom of the page and locate the text that reads Compress clipboard files to domains yoursite asu edu Type the text codebase in the field This will create the codebase tar gz file that you will need You can download this file by clicking on the filename Creating Drupal Files Archive Continuing from the above click on the Empty Clipboard button Then select the checkbox on the right side of your files folder Now click on the Add to Clipboard button Scroll down to the bottom of the page and locate the text that reads Compress clipboard files to domains yoursite asu edu Type the text files in the field This will create the files tar gz file

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  • Vendors | Drupal ASU
    menu Host What Is Drupal ASU Enterprise Hosting Request Pantheon Getting Started Import a Site to Pantheon Sign Up for a Free Development Site Vendors Build ASU Development Services Vendors Developer Resources Download and Extend Documentation Tutorials Legacy Web Hosting Drupal org Documentation Pantheon Helpdesk Support Support Forum Phx Metro Drupal Users Group drupal phx IRC ASU Drupal Mailing List Blog You are here Home Host Build ASU Development Services Vendors Developer Resources Download and Extend Documentation Tutorials Legacy Web Hosting Drupal org Documentation Pantheon Helpdesk Vendors Suggest a vendor Filter by service Any Graphic Design Drupal Development Non Drupal Development Mobile Development Web Hosting Drupal Hosting Non Drupal Hosting Ashday 0 No votes yet Drupal Development Non Drupal Development Mobile Development ASU Approved Vendor No Bigfish 0 No votes yet Graphic Design ASU Approved Vendor Yes Eagle Creek Software Services 4 Average 4 1 vote Drupal Development ASU Approved Vendor Yes Esser Design 0 No votes yet Graphic Design Non Drupal Development ASU Approved Vendor Yes Fervor Creative 0 No votes yet Graphic Design Drupal Development Non Drupal Development ASU Approved Vendor Yes Kalamuna 0 No votes yet Graphic Design Drupal Development Mobile Development ASU Approved Vendor No KWALLTechnology

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  • Build | Drupal ASU
    Started Import a Site to Pantheon Sign Up for a Free Development Site Vendors Build ASU Development Services Vendors Developer Resources Download and Extend Documentation Tutorials Legacy Web Hosting Drupal org Documentation Pantheon Helpdesk Support Support Forum Phx Metro Drupal Users Group drupal phx IRC ASU Drupal Mailing List Blog You are here Home Build Ready to build your site Let s get started Do it yourself Building your own

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  • ASU UTO Drupal Development Services | Drupal ASU
    Hosting Request Pantheon Getting Started Import a Site to Pantheon Sign Up for a Free Development Site Vendors Build ASU Development Services Vendors Developer Resources Download and Extend Documentation Tutorials Legacy Web Hosting Drupal org Documentation Pantheon Helpdesk Support Support Forum Phx Metro Drupal Users Group drupal phx IRC ASU Drupal Mailing List Blog You are here Home Build Build ASU Development Services Vendors Developer Resources Download and Extend Documentation Tutorials Legacy Web Hosting Drupal org Documentation Pantheon Helpdesk ASU UTO Drupal Development Services Your ASU Drupal site may require professional development to build and maintain but you may not have the need or ability to hire full time developers UTO Drupal Development Services offers a full range of services and partnerships with flexible contracts in 1 4 FTE increments Continuity Your site will require maintenance after initial development is complete and it can be difficult maintaining continuity with outside vendors Expertise We re experts in a full range of services from graphic design to development project management consulting training and support Efficiency Benefit from our experience working with ASU clients and our knowledge of the ASU environment which allows us to perform efficiently For more information about partnering with

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