Course Outline


  • Backdrop CMS vs Drupal 7 and Drupal 8

Installing and Configuring Backdrop CMS (on premise and in the cloud)

Upgrading from Drupal 7

Overview of Backdrop CMS Features and Architecture

Navigating the Backdrop CMS Interface

Setting up a Backdrop CMS Website

Installing, Managing and Updating Modules

Setting up Managing Users

Working with SQL

Testing the Website

Monitoring the Website

Creating Multiple Sites

Managing URLs

Managing Mobile Versions of Site

Securing the Backdrop CMS

Backing up Backdrop CMS

Optimizing Website Performance

Migrating the Website


Summary and Conclusion


  • An understanding of CMSs (Content Management Systems)
  • Experience with the Linux command line


  • System admins
  • Website admins
  7 Hours


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