You can find many answers to your questions on our wiki. Just go to http://dcplwiki and search for "drupal" using the search box. You should find a page titled "Drupal -- website information". Or you can go straight there using this link: http://dcplwiki/mediawiki/index.php/Drupal_--_website_information
Published on Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Attendees must register! Please don’t show up or send anyone to class without telling us, as we have to set up accounts. Register for Drupal training on our wiki. The next Drupal training will be May 15, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Training will be held in the MLK computer lab (Room 311). Anyone who has already taken the class may attend any Drupal training for a refresher.
Published on Thursday, February 7, 2013
There are two major changes to publishing in Drupal:
Published on Friday, November 9, 2012
Click "Drupal Style Guides" title above for info on Drupal Style Guides.
What to Do When You Are Out...on Vacation or Whatever!
Published on Monday, November 14, 2011
Please identify someone in your branch (or another manager) to be the branch's approver if you plan to be out for more than a day or so. The IT Department will change the settings in Drupal so that person can approve stories while you are out.
When you return, you can let us know--and we can change the settings back again, or, if you wish, you can keep that person as an approver for emergencies, etc.
Please submit a Help Desk ticket to request these kinds of changes.
Published on Friday, October 14, 2011
If you are using Firefox, the browser can help you spell. If you see a red underlined word, put your mouse over it, and hit CTRL-right click (at the same time).
For example, if you type "missspell," you can choose from these options:
Published on Thursday, October 13, 2011
If you are cutting and pasting text from Word or another program, you may see a popup box like this:
If you see this box, hit CTRL-V and your text will pop into the box. Then click okay, and the text will be transferred to the editor.
You can also avoid this popup by using the shortcut--CTRL-V--to paste your text.
For the curious: some browsers are trying to protect us from pasting malicious code.