For Drupal7 Two ways you can find installed drupal this you have to logged in as admin. Go to Url 'admin/reports/status',on status report page it will show first drupal with its version. Go to Url 'admin/modules',on finding core tab ,we can find drupal contributed modules with 'version'.For Drupal8 Open drupal\core\lib\in your text editor you will see something like this (from line 79 to line 84) Indeed, looking at any file on your Drupal instance in any theme or module folder (inside /sites/all) may be easiest/quickest for you as opposed to adding PHP code though both are quite easy.A lot of this pain stems from the fact that the Drupal community decided long ago to not support legacy ideologies for the sake of backwards compatibility.
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?
While learning is fairly subjective, I do believe there is a lot of merit in this complaint.
If any of you are familiar with the Drupal world you will undoubtedly have heard of “Drupalisms”.
Here at MCD we have been using Drupal on several projects.