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+Place downloaded and custom modules that extend your site functionality beyond
+Drupal core in this directory to ensure clean separation from core modules and
+to facilitate safe, self-contained code updates. Contributed modules from the
+Drupal community may be downloaded at http://drupal.org/project/modules.
+
+It is safe to organize modules into subdirectories, such as "contrib" for
+contributed modules, and "custom" for custom modules. Note that if you move a
+module to a subdirectory after it has been enabled, you may need to clear the
+Drupal cache so that it can be found.
+
+In multisite configuration, modules found in this directory are available to
+all sites. Alternatively, the sites/your_site_name/modules directory pattern may
+be used to restrict modules to a specific site instance.
+
+Refer to the "Developing for Drupal" section of the README.txt in the Drupal
+root directory for further information on extending Drupal with custom modules.
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+Place downloaded and custom themes that modify your site's appearance in this
+directory to ensure clean separation from Drupal core and to facilitate safe,
+self-contained code updates. Contributed themes from the Drupal community may
+be downloaded at http://drupal.org/project/themes.
+
+It is safe to organize themes into subdirectories and is recommended to use
+Drupal's sub-theme functionality to ensure easy maintenance and upgrades.
+
+In multisite configuration, themes found in this directory are available to
+all sites. Alternatively, the sites/your_site_name/themes directory pattern may
+be used to restrict themes to a specific site instance.
+
+Refer to the "Appearance" section of the README.txt in the Drupal root
+directory for further information on theming.