Question on "How to disable and uninstall a module" video: disable comment module

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Last seen: 10 years 31 weeks ago
Joined: 2011-09-30

In "Build Your First Drupal 7 Web Site: How to disable and uninstall a module" video, we were working on contact module, but the instructed to uninstall comment module. I did not quite understand why we uninstall comment module and not contact module. Could someone explain???

Last seen: 10 years 22 weeks ago
Joined: 2010-12-05
Yup.. you are rights

Hi mihoko..

if you click on "1 video update" (on the right & upper conner of your video screen - green color), you will see further comment/explaination.

The "Contact" module, not the "Comment" module should have been disabled
In this video we were supposed to disable the "Contact" module, but accidentally chose the "Comment" module instead. You'll be fine following the rest of this series with either of them disabled or enabled, but this should clear up any confusion.

Last seen: 10 years 31 weeks ago
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