We've changed our name to Digital Transformation, but we still offer Web Services. Here you will find training information and other Drupal resources, including documents and videos to remind you how to perform some of the most common tasks when editing your website. From making a new page to uploading a file, we plan to break down all Drupal tasks into their smallest parts so that you can get in, get trained, and move on with your day.
Website Maintenance and Updating
For technical or accessibility assistance with your website, please contact the Web Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't have access to edit your Drupal site? To begin, select a training date, then let your supervisor know and ask them to fill out the Content Editor Permission Request form. The form asks for which date you'd like to attend. If you have any questions, contact Rob Garcia at email@example.com.
- Accessibility Strategies for Content Editors
- How to change ordered lists properties
- How to change alt attribute
- How to create and edit a slide
Content Type Examples:
If you're trying to edit a page and don't see the content you expect, you may need to go to the Drupal menu (that's the black bar) and select Content. Here is a list of content types that you can only edit through the Content menu item:
- Gallery Images
- Link Block
- Blog Entry
- Meeting Archive (Meeting Minutes)
- Slide (in an existing slideshow)
Our office supports our campus content management system (CMS) using Drupal. Drupal is an open-source platform on which we build new websites and maintain existing sites. Utilizing the power Drupal we are able to build websites quickly, allowing editors to easily update their own content. We offer bi-monthly training sessions on how to use Drupal and keep your site compliant with universal accessibility guidelines that govern everyone’s ability to access information on a website.
Spring 2019 Drupal Web Training sessions will soon open for registration. Seating is limited, so please register at your earliest convenience.
Prior to attending a training session you must have a Drupal site ready to launch. Important Note: Each attendee must have their supervising administrator (i.e. MPP, Chair etc.) submit a Content Editor Permission Request form. On the form you will be able to select the date you would like to attend from a list of available dates. Contact Rob Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about Drupal web training.
We provide the campus with centralized web support, consultations, development of new websites, maintenance of existing sites, and presentation of new design features. Our current project of migrating all administrative websites to Drupal is 95% complete.
Contact us at email@example.com (909) 537-5086 or visit our office in PL-1105.
Content Editor - How-to Videos
Creating Events in Drupal
As content editors you can add events to our campus events calendar, and more importantly, to your own website.
- Add an event
- Display the event on the Campus Events Calendar
- Group your events and important dates/announcements separately so that they can be displayed anywhere on your website.
- Display campus events other than your own on your website