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Webinar: Accessing the Layers of Help in Drupal

Drupalize.Me trainer, Amber Matz, will be speaking at the upcoming Aten Lunch Hour webinar, presenting "Accessing the Layers of Help in Drupal". Register now for the free webinar on August 25, 2021 at 12pm US/MDT.

Webinar: Easily Create Maps with Leaflet

Curious about Leaflet? Join Drupalize.Me Trainer Amber Matz for a live tutorial on how to add Leaflet maps to your Drupal site during this Acquia hosted webinar on May 1, 2014 at 1:00 PM EDT.

Media Explained: A Free Acquia Webinar

Pictures. Podcasts. Videos. If you've ever tried to incorporate rich media files into your web site using only Drupal core, you probably got a shiver down your spine when I said that. Fortunately there is a solution.

Free PSD to Theme Webinar

In 2008 I started on my big Drupal theming adventure by co-authoring Front End Drupal with Konstantin Käfer. Since that time thousands of people have learned Drupal theming through this book, and my presentations and workshops. My most popular workshop, PSD to Theme, is now available as a video lesson series here at Drupalize.Me. To celebrate the series, I'll be giving a free webinar at Acquia highlighting the techniques covered in this new learning series. This webinar is an update on the extremely popular webinar I gave back in 2011 (over 1800 people registered for that one!). The design is the same, but the underlying technologies and strategies have been updated for today's web.
In this webinar I'll cover:

Getting up to Speed on Drupal 8 Webinar

When is Drupal 8 coming out? What's going to change in the new version? How do I keep track of it, and most importantly, how am I going to learn what I need to know? These are the questions we're going to answer in a Drupal Association webinar on October 22. Joe Shindelar is going to give an update on where things are with Drupal 8, covering a raft of new features and changes that you'll want to know about. He's going to look at it from different perspectives — as a site-builder, themer, and module developer.