Is Drupal’s learning curve solely for the person who installs Drupal, or also for Drupal end users (meaning people who edit the site, not just site viewers)?

(You): Is Drupal’s learning curve solely for the person who installs Drupal, or also for Drupal end users (meaning people who edit the site, not just site viewers)?

(Kiran): shud be relatively easy for the site users – both content editors and

viewers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=un2hlGp_grk check out this video for a basic

introduction

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(Brian): Drupal’s learning curve is for both, as it is a steep learning curve to learn the templating methods, plugin functions, and configuration and such. It is also a learning curve for the end user, as Drupal is not the most intuitive CMS. However, it is pretty powerful when learned. Be prepared to do a lot of training for the end user.

(You): rats. So if the person who will be using the site (not the customer) is just a regular merchant who knows little, Drupal is a bad idea?

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