When adding a new item to the menu, it can’t link to nothing, therefore the page needs to be created first. We also won’t link to an empty page, so if you create a new page, add your content, and then submit your request for the new link.
- Create the new webpage (if it doesn’t already exist).
- Submit your request at support.unbc.ca and include the URL of the webpage.
Communications manages all navigation content for the website. We will evaluate how the request relates to all navigation across the UNBC website in terms of consistency of language, content, user experience, and general web standards prior to adding the link.
Learn more about our standards for menus here.
We’ve simplified the file browser so that you’ll only have access to files from sections you have access to.
So, instead of seeing files from every section of the website, you’ll only see the files that matter to you :)
Those changes will be pushed out today, Sept 26, 2013.
With the release of self-guided training comes a slew of new training videos. These videos cover all Drupal topics in 15 short videos.
If you’re looking for a refresher, or have a question about a specific Drupal task, you’ll probably be able to find it in one of the training videos. The videos can be found on here, on this blog & on our youtube channel.
New User Drupal Training is now available as self-guided training. This new training involves watching a series of videos and submitting an assignment that demonstrates your new skills.
Estimated time commitment: 2-4 hours.
Register for training here: http://blogs.unbc.ca/web/drupal-training-registration/
If you’ve already registered, or taken in-class training, get started here: http://blogs.unbc.ca/web/new-user-drupal-training/
This video will give an overview of the UNBC Drupal CMS and explain how to get started by logging in.
In this video, we will cover the first steps in creating a Webpage.
The Page Content Field is the Content Editor, also known as the WYSIWYG editor, which is an acronym for “What You See Is What You Get”. This is where we will add content like text, images, and documents to the webpage.
To give text a heading, just place the cursor in the P or DIV container, and select the desired heading from the Styles drop-down menu.
In this video we will go over how to upload images into Drupal, how to insert them into the content area of a webpage, and how to format them.
In this video we will go over how to create Links to internal and external webpages.