I got this idea from the Russian Language and Usage site. Since "lists of links" are discouraged by the StackOverflow rules, this is a single question with a list of relevant resources for folks using EE.

I am answering my own question with a couple of initial resources, and setting that answer to Community Wiki mode. Please add resources to the single answer rather than creating separate answers; that way the resources can stay nicely categorized.

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    Interesting idea, although you may want to set your answer as the "accepted" answer otherwise it will throw off our question-to-answer ratio Nov 21, 2012 at 15:04
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    Patrick - It says I can't for 2 days since it's my own answer. But I will as soon as it lets me!
    – adrienne
    Nov 21, 2012 at 15:05
  • Added in training info for EE Users. What else is there?
    – CraftQuest
    Nov 22, 2012 at 4:25

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ExpressionEngine main website — https://expressionengine.com

ExpressionEngine official forums — https://expressionengine.com/forums

Official Documentation

The official documentation is the most thorough resource on EE usage and development and should always be considered first, especially as a novice learning EE.

Community Sites

Recources for New & Advanced EE Users & Developers

most resources out there were written for EE2, but a lot of knowledge and practices can likely be applied to EE3 as well:

EE Template Examples

Topic Resources

Parse Order

Template Partials and Stash

EE URL and Segments

Multilingual Development (i18n)



404 Pages

Configuring EE for Multiple Environments

Resources for Add-On Developers




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