Introduction to Drupal

SCROL initiation Drupal

Initiation provided by SCROL allows to learn how to build within a couple of days a complete website with Drupal 9.

SCROL teaches Drupal. Web trainer since 2013 at FIM CCI Formation (Saint-Lô, Manche), SCROL shares its knowledge about the CMS Drupal to several sectors in Multimedia, level Bac + 3 to Bac + 5. Through a concrete example, the learners create during the whole course (over 3 or 4 days) a site under Drupal from A to Z, by creating a type of personalized content, by manipulating the taxonomy, by creating Views with relations and context filters, by arranging content display with Display Suite, by creating a sub-theme to best adjust the appearance of their site, etc. Each year, SCROL tries as well as possible to optimize its course, to update it and to adapt to the evolution of Drupal and its tools (composer, drush, etc.). Soon, a new development section will see the light of day, following SCROL's latest studies on Drupal 9 and Symfony.

How It Works


SCROL writes the first version of the specifications. The client corrects, comments on and amends the first version, while gathering the data to be provided. After several versions and round trips, the final specifications are signed, development can begin.


SCROL recovers your database and harmonizes the data to make it usable by Drupal. Then, the host structure for this data is built, the pages are created, the layout is applied, the online accounts and permissions are managed, the back office is optimized and the site is internally tested.




SCROL provides its customer with a first beta version, functional and as close as possible to the expected result. At this point, the customer is invited to test all functions. The client provides feedback to SCROL to comment and correct the work. SCROL includes the desired changes.

Step Four : Publication

After several round trips between the beta versions, as in design, SCROL and the client align themselves with a final version and officially declare the publication of the site. Everyone can then access the content of the website and natural referencing can begin. The research is online.