Drupal resume is a Drupal 7 module which by setting up some fields it will give you a bootstrappy, mobile friendly, nice design Curriculum Vitae (CV) page. You can see my CV, which is build using this module.
I started re-developing my site and I wanted to create a catchy design CV page. However, as a developer, I didn't want to setup a page and put some raw content there. I wanted to create something that I will CRUD (Create, Read, Update , Delete) and to be flexible and convenient - a phrase I use all the time :) .
So, I started creating this module. I added the sections I wanted but I needed them to be flexible so in the future I can add hooks and add more sections easily. I used my knowledge from Zend MVC Framework and along with Drupal 7 APIs, I came with up this module.
I am using it as a sub-module so I can update it easily from my GitHub page and don't have to worry of copy/pasting files.
The module requires some essential components to work:
- Twitter Bootstrap 3 or you can use the Boostrap module which is the one I use in my website
- Font Awesome
1. Add this module with the Drupal classic way
- Download the zip file of this repo
- Add it to your
- Go to
admin/modulesurl and install the module
- You will find the module settings under
- A page will be created which the url is listed inside the resume settings.
1. Add this module as a submodule (Assuming you are using version control for your Drupal website)
- Navigate first to your root folder of your Drupal website - where the index.php, cron.php etc files exist
- Execute this command to add this Drupal module as a submodule for your site
git submodule add https://github.com/poupouxios/drupal-resume.git sites/all/modules/resume
- Then execute
git submodule initand
git submodule update. This will fetch the module and add it in the folder you specified
- The rest of the steps are the same like above ( From Go to.. step and after)
This project is licensed under the MIT open source license.