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I'd like a reference to let me learn Drupal quickly (like in a day or two; at least basics).

Books and/or on-line tutorials.

I am an experienced php / MySQL programmer; know CSS, JavaScript, Ajax, a little Jquery & of course HTML.

I have built a number of database driven websites the "hard way"; custom coded php / MySQL / JavaScript.

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Thanks to you both.<br /><br />To chilternPC: <br /><br />I have been trying to learn Joomla for about a week; I have a hard time getting to first base. You might want to look at my question on that subject: <br /><br />http://www.experts-exchang<wbr />e.com/Soft<wbr />ware/Serve<wbr />r_Software<wbr />/Content_M<wbr />anagement/<wbr />WebBased_C<wbr />MS/Joomla/<wbr />Q_27979895<wbr />.html.<br /><br />That question deals with a specific example of what I'm trying to do.<br /><br />I was under the impression from some things I read that Drupal would be more capable & I would be able to get it based on my background.
I'll havea look at the other question - if you find Joomla nd Drupal tricky (it took me a long time) then Wordpress is a lot easier
if you want to create tempaltes for any of these buy Artisteer this product generates templates for any of these CMs systems using WYSIWYG. very easy.