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Drupal Step 1, Step 2, Step 3....  theme?

Posted on 2013-06-07
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Hello,

I was wondering if anyone knows of a 'step' theme for Drupal 7.  I cannot find anything and was wondering if I'm not looking in the right places.

I would like for users who log in to particular site to follow a hierarchy from a Step 1, thru Step 6, yet be told/informed of their process.

Sorta like Turbo Tax, where it steps you thru the process.

Any theme or I guess module for such?

Thank you.
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You would do this with a module or combination of modules. Which ones you would use would depend on what you'd like to accomplish with these various steps. If you just want a multiple page form for users to fill out, take a look at the webform module and and see these instructions on creating a multiple step form.
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Thank you Arrow_1

I have a question then, many places online that I've looked at for webforms basically point me to not use webforms, but instead use content types.

I will need to keep track of every node per ~6 custom content types.
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If you are trying to accomplish something that webforms can't do, then perhaps using content types might provide a better solution. In that case, you can use the Rules module to force the user into a workflow of adding content of one type, then the next.
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Makes sense, thanks!
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