Webform is a module which makes it easy to create forms in Drupal. Using Webform you can create sophisticated forms without the need for any coding.
The Webform module provides the Webform content type. This content type is quite a bit different from other content types, as it has a fairly extensive set of widgets you can use to create forms that an external user can fill out. You can use Webform to create sophisticated "Contact Us" forms, questionairres, or feedback forms, just to name a few.
The web's requirements for images are vastly different than those for print media. When using images on the web, there are quite a few things to consider. Most importantly, the properties to consider are: resolution, dimensions, and format.
Today's digital cameras, even the less expensive ones, are capable of creating exceptionally high resolution images. This is great for print media, but it can actually be detrimental for web publications.
Categorization is a common theme in content management systems. While the term may change slightly from system to system, the ability to group content based on some similar concept or feature is, at the heart of it all, what a CMS is all about.
Some different examples of how categorization is achieved in various content management systems include:
A content tag, in content management system application, is a term or phrase that is added to a web publication that relates the specific publication to others that are similarly tagged within the system.
The terms content tag (or tag) and keyword are often used interchangably, but there are differences between the two.