Welcome to the administration section. Here you may control how your site functions.

Content management

Manage your site's content.

Create vocabularies and terms to categorize your content.
View, edit, and delete your site's content.
Post settings
Control posting behavior, such as teaser length, requiring previews before posting, and the number of posts on the front page.
RSS publishing
Configure the number of items per feed and whether feeds should be titles/teasers/full-text.

User management

Manage your site's users, groups and access to site features.

Access control
Determine access to features by selecting permissions for roles.
Access rules
List and create rules to disallow usernames, e-mail addresses, and IP addresses.
List, edit, or add user roles.
List, add, and edit users.
User settings
Configure default behavior of users, including registration requirements, e-mails, and user pictures.


View system logs and other status information.

Recent log entries
View events that have recently been logged.
Top 'access denied' errors
View 'access denied' errors (403s).
Top 'page not found' errors
View 'page not found' errors (404s).
Status report
Get a status report about your site's operation and any detected problems.

Site building

Control how your site looks and feels.

Configure what block content appears in your site's sidebars and other regions.
Enable or disable add-on modules for your site.
Change which theme your site uses or allows users to set.

Site configuration

Adjust basic site configuration options.

Administration theme
Settings for how your administrative pages should look.
Clean URLs
Enable or disable clean URLs for your site.
Date and time
Settings for how Drupal displays date and time, as well as the system's default timezone.
Error reporting
Control how Drupal deals with errors including 403/404 errors as well as PHP error reporting.
File system
Tell Drupal where to store uploaded files and how they are accessed.
Image toolkit
Choose which image toolkit to use if you have installed optional toolkits.
Input formats
Configure how content input by users is filtered, including allowed HTML tags, PHP code tags. Also allows enabling of module-provided filters.
Enable or disable page caching for anonymous users, and enable or disable CSS preprocessor.
Site information
Change basic site information, such as the site name, slogan, e-mail address, mission, front page and more.
Site maintenance
Take the site off-line for maintenance or bring it back online.