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.
In this video we will upload a document to Drupal and add a hyperlink that links to that document.
This video explains how to turn a hyperlink into a button.
If a webpage is long and we want to create links that links to items on that webpage, we can do that with the help of Anchors.
Once we’re done editing a webpage, our final step is to save it.
In this video we will go over how to create an Event in the Drupal environment.
The Drupal file browser allows us to fetch documents and images that we’ve previously uploaded into Drupal.