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Drupal Content Types

The basic building block of Drupal content is called a node. Each node has a designated content type. All items within a content type share the same attributes and permissions.

Every installation of Drupal includes the following two content types:

You can enable additional content types on the Modules page [Administer > Site building > Modules]. These content types include, but are not limited to, the following:

The Content Construction Kit (CCK) provides an even greater range of content types.


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