1 DRUPAL BASICS WEBSITE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT digital.uoregon.edu/drupal-basics
3 Page 1 LOGGING IN To log in to your Drupal website: Type in the web address followed by /user - Example: https://ugs.uoregon.edu/user (once the site goes live) or https://ugs-stage.uoregon.edu/user (for a staging website) OR https://advising.uoregon.edu/user or https://advising-stage.uoregon.edu. Note: Make sure the website is https and not http. You will get an error message if you are trying to log in from an http site. Click on the link that says Shibboleth login at the bottom of the page. Do not attempt to enter your username and password on this page, it is for emergency administrator log ins only. On the Web Login Service screen, enter your Duck ID and Duck ID password and click Login.
4 Page 2 ADDING CONTENT Once you have logged in to your website, you will return to your website and have a menu appear at the top of the page. To add content, click on Add Content in the grey menu. On the Add Content page, you can choose to add: Articles More dynamic content are posted more frequently about ever-changing topics Key Dates and Deadlines (calendar-type) feed for homepages News, story or blog-like in nature Can be combined to feed into other content like collection/syndication pages Basic Pages - Most Often Used Page Type Static content doesn t change often Informational in nature Collections External Articles Profiles Webforms
5 Page 3 CREATING BASIC PAGES To create a basic page, you will need to complete the title and add body copy to the page. The Title will appear at the top of the page. A title is required for every page. The Body is the primary content of the page. To add body copy to the page, copy from its current location (current website, word file, document, etc.) To keep the original formatting, click on the clipboard with the W on it and paste the content in the pop-up screen. To disregard all formatting, paste the content directly on the page.
6 Page 4 CREATING ARTICLE PAGES Creating an Article page is very similar to creating a Basic Page. The only differences: Tags section that allows you to tag the article to appear in a specific feed of articles. These will need to be the same and correspond with the name of the feed they will appear in. Image section that allows you to upload an image that will automatically appear in the article and as a thumbnail in the feed of articles. The body section is the same as creating a Basic Page.
7 Page 5 EDITING A PAGE THAT ALREADY EXISTS To edit a page that already exists, you can go directly to that page and click on the Edit tab just below the title of the page and edit the same way you do for a page you are creating. OR You can go to go to Find Content in the menu at the top of the page to pull up a list of all the content on your website, including unpublished pages. Once you have found the page you want to edit in the list, click on the Edit button associated with that content in the right hand column.
8 Page 6 FORMATTING TEXT Most of the text formatting icons are the same or similar to those found in Word. To Bold or Italics or Underline or Strikethrough, click on the B, I, U or S To align text left, center or right, click on the appropriate icons. To add bullets or numbers, click on the bullets or numbers. To add a line across the page, click on the highlighted line icon. To add a symbol, click on the Omega symbol and a pop-up menu will appear and you can select the symbol you want to add.
9 Page 7 ADDING HEADERS To style headers for your body copy, highlight the text you want to format and click on the button that says Normal on the toolbar. That will give you a drop down menu. Scroll down and select from Heading 2 or Heading 3. Be sure to use header tags (H2 for major headings, H3 for subheadings) to separate sections rather than just bolding the text. ACCESSIBILITY IN PRACTICE For screen reader users, header tags are vital in giving a sense of the main topics of the page and enabling easier navigation through your content. Additionally, effective header tags help with search engines making your site more accessible to everyone.
10 Page 8 ADDING A LINK TO A WEBPAGE Highlight the text you would like to make the link to a webpage. Click on the link icon with the plus sign on the right hand side of the formatting bar. That will bring up a pop-up Linkit box (right). NOTE: The link icon on the left should only be used to insert addresses (see Adding a Link to an ). For a Link that IS NOT on Your Website: Copy the address and paste it in the Link URL box - it must include the or https://. For a Link that IS on Your Website: Type only what appears AFTER uoregon.edu (relative link) so for uoregon.edu/apply, you would only put /apply in the Link URL box. OR Start typing the title of the page in the Search for content box and it will auto-populate with page titles. Click on the corresponding page title and it will add link based on the node number (the way the Drupal system tracks webpages). ACCESSIBILITY IN PRACTICE Links should have concise and descriptive screen text.
11 Page 9 ADDING A LINK TO AN Highlight the text you would like to make the link to an . Click on the link icon with the left hand side of the formatting bar. That will bring up a pop-up Link box. From the drop down menu for Link Type, click on . Enter the address in the box marked Address. If you want to automatically include a subject or body, enter that text in the appropriate boxes and click OK.
12 Page 10 ADDING LINK BUTTONS Highlight the text you want to make a button. Make the text you want to turn into a button a link. The text must already be a link because buttons will not work without the text being a link. Click on the button that says Styles on the toolbar. That will give you a drop down menu. Select either Button Black or Button Dark (Button White is only used on very dark backgrounds). Button Black Button Dark
13 Page 11 ADDING COLUMNS / GRIDS To add columns or grids in the body of your copy, place the cursor where you want the grid to go, then click on the paper icon on the right of the menu. The Content Templates box will pop-up. The one you will use most often are the 2 Column Grid and the 3 Column Grid. These are great for mobile use. Scroll down and click on the grid you want to inert. Once you click on the grid you want, it will populate the content area. You can copy and paste your text in the text areas marked First Item and Second Item. Adding Additional Grid Items To add additional columns, click the green + button on the right. That will add one new column at a time. Deleting Grid Items To delete a grid item, click the red x box for that grid item. Deleting the Grid To delete the entire grid, click the red x box at the top right of the entire grid. When the grids are optimized for mobile, the grid items will stack on each other, so the grid item on the right will fall below the grid item on the left. If you have multiple grid items, they will stack within each other.
14 Page 12 Example of a 2 column grid using just two grids View on the website View on a mobile device View on the edit screen Example of a 2 column grid using multiple grids View on the website View on a mobile device View on the edit screen
15 Page 13 UPLOADING / ADDING A NEW PHOTO TO A PAGE Place your cursor where you want the photo to be inserted. Click on the photo icon on the right hand side of the formatting bar (Disregard the one on the left side). That will bring up a pop-up box. The box is automatically defaulted to upload a photo. If you have already uploaded the photo, or have used it previously on the site, then skip down to Adding a Previously Uploaded Photo to a Basic Page. To upload a photo, click on Browse and find the photo on your computer and click Open. Once the title of the photo appears in the box next to Browse, click on Upload and then click on Next. On the Destination screen, select Public local files served by the webserver and click next. You will then need to add Alt Text and Title Text. NOTE: Always use alt text with images for accessibility and search engine optimization. Alt Text should tell someone who can t see the photo what is being shown. Once Alt Text and Title Text have been entered, click on Save and then on the next page click Submit and it will return you to the page with the photo added to the page. ACCESSIBILITY IN PRACTICE Include clear and concise alt attributes for all relevant images and graphics appearing in your site. Comment out (for the screen reader) strictly decorative graphics with alt =. Use a testing tool to view images replaced with their alt text.
16 Page 14 ADDING A PREVIOUSLY UPLOADED PHOTO TO A BASIC PAGE Place your cursor where you want the photo to be inserted. Click on the double photo icon on the right hand side of the formatting bar (Disregard the one on the left side). That will bring up a pop-up box. Click on the Library tab on the right. The pop-up box will then change to thumbnails shots of all of the photos that have previously been uploaded on the site. Click on the photo you want to insert and click on Submit. There are 25 photos / documents per page on the Library screen and numbers (1, 2, 3, 4...) you can click through at the bottom of the box to show you more photos in your library. If you know the name of the photo (or part of the name of the photo) you are looking for, you can type it in the File Name box and then click Apply and it will just show you photos that include what you have entered in the File Name box. Click on the photo you want to include and click on Submit. Once the photo has been inserted, you can adjust it like you would with an uploaded photo.
17 Page 15 EDITING THE PHOTO PROPERTIES To adjust the photo size or to add, right click on the image and click on Image Properties. To adjust the size of the photo, you can click on the Width box and type in how wide you want the photo to appear. If the lock on the right of the Width and Height boxes is locked, the height will adjust in proportion to the change in the width. If it is unlocked, the width will adjust independently of the height. To see the current size of the photo, click on the circle with the arrow next to the lock and it will autofill the current width and height. To add space to the left and right of the photo (so it doesn t bump into text on the page), add the number of pixels you want to the left and right in the HSPace box (8 is a commonly used number). To add space to the top and bottom of the photo, add the number of pixes you want to add to the top and bottom in the VSPace box (again 8 is a commonly used number). To wrap the text around the photo and align the photo on the left or right of the page, click on Alignment and choose left or right based on if you want the photo to appear on the right or left of the page.
18 Page 16 ADDING PHOTOS AND DOCUMENTS TO THE LIBRARY If you need to add multiple photos or documents, it s best to add them all at once. Click on Find Content in the menu at the top of the page. That will bring you to the Content page that lists all of the content pages (basic pages, profiles, articles, etc.) on your website. Click on the Files tab on the right hand side of the page.
19 Page 17 On the Files page, click on + Add file at the top left of the page. That will give you the same screen that appears in the pop-up box when you are adding a photo while creating a page. Note: You can choose most types of files to upload - jpg, doc, ppt, etc. If you are adding a photo, you will have to go through the same steps as adding a photo while creating a page. If you are adding a document, you will only have to click Upload and Next and the document will be added.
20 Page 18 LINKING A DOCUMENT / PHOTO FROM THE LIBRARY TO A PAGE To link to a document while creating a page, go into the body copy of the document and highlight the text you want to link to the document. Click on the link with the plus mark on the right hand side of the toolbar. That will give you the same pop-up menu that appeared when adding a link while creating a page. To add a link to a document Type the name of the document in the Search for content box When the document you want to link to appears, click on it and it will populate the Link URL for that document. Click Insert Link and the text will be linked to the document.
21 Page 19 UPLOADING / ADDING A YOUTUBE VIDEO TO A BASIC PAGE Place your cursor where you want the YouTube video to be inserted. Click on the iframe (globe) icon on the right hand side of the formatting bar. That will bring up the IFrame Properties pop-up box. To add a video, go to the YouTube webpage the video you want to embed is on. Click on Share below the title of the video. That will give you a menu for Share, Embed and . Click on Embed.
22 Page 20 A line of HTML code that begins with <iframe will appear. In the line of code, highlight the web address for the YouTube site that is located there. Start with https://www. youtuble.com/embed/ (do not include the quotation marks). Copy the web address. Go back to the iframe Properties pop-up box and paste the YouTube web address in the box marked URL. You can then set the width and the height and the alignment of the video on the page. Once you have the URL entered and the width and height and alignment you want, click on OK. That will return you to the page. NOTE: You will not be able to see the video on the edit screen. It will show up on the edit screen as a white box outlined in black with iframe written in red in the middle. ACCESSIBILITY IN PRACTICE Caption all video. YouTube has very useful built in captioning tools. For videos not hosted on YouTube you can caption your videos using web applications like Universal Subtitles. All audio files must contain links to text transcripts.
23 Page 21 ADDING YOUR PAGE TO THE NAVIGATION If you want the page you are creating to be added to the navigation, click on the box that says Provide a menu link at the bottom of the page next to Menu Settings That will give you a sidebar menu that auto populates the Menu link title with the title of the page. You can change that text if you want. To add the link to the primary navigation, in the Parent item drop down menu click on <Main men> (already set by default). If you want it to appear as a secondary navigation, click on the Parent item drop down menu and then click on the navigation you want your item to appear below. Once you have finished the page, click on Save and that page will be live on the website. You can see the page and where it has been added to any navigation you have selected.
24 Page 22 CHANGING THE ORDER OF YOUR NAVIGATION If you have added pages or want to change the order of any pages to the navigation, go to the menu at the top of the page and click on Structure. That will take you to the Structure page. Click on the link to Menus. On the Menus page, click on the link for list link that corresponds with the Main menu title. On the Edit Main Menu page, you can click on the cross with the four directional arrows and drag your navigation to where you would like it to appear. Once you have finished click on Save configuration.
25 Page 23 FORMATTING THE FOOTER To edit the grey footer on your page with your address, phone number, contact us, social medi accounts, quick links, etc., click on Configuration in the menu at the top of the page. That will take you to the Configuration page. Click on the link to UO Banner and Footer. On the UO Banner and Footer Setting page, you can select which information you would like to edit. The information is divided into four categories - General Settings for the quick links, Location and Map for your address, Contact Information for your phone number and contact us link, and Social Media Links to add the icons and links to your social media accounts.
26 Page 24 General Settings The only thing on the General Settings section that you should change is in the Custom Footer Content section. Do not adjust the settings for Custom Page Width, Utility Links Menu, or Hamburger Menu Target. While the Custom Footer Content information appears to be the same as a basic grid layout, it is formatted slightly differently because it collapses when viewed on a mobile device. To change items in your footer, please contact Melissa Foley at and let her know what changes need to be made, or use the HTML code that is included.
27 Page 25 General Settings Custom Footer Content HTML Coding The three-column example below is the quick links section from the footer on uoregon.edu. The column titles are shown in aqua, the webpage links are shown in pink, and the link text is shown in green. This should be the only information that is changed as part of the HTML code. Use relative links for links to pages on your website. See Adding a Link to a Webpage for more information about relative links. To add it to your footer, in the General Settings section, under Custom Footer Content, click on Enable rich-text and paste the HTML code. <div class= footer-collapsable-grid grid-3col > <div class= grid-item > <dl class= collapsable collapsed > <dt> CAMPUS </dt> <dd> <a href= >News</a> <span class= low-priority > </span> <a href= >Events</a> </dd> <dd> <a href= //uoregon.edu/maps >Maps</a> <span class= low-priority > </span> <a href= //uoregon.edu/directions >Directions</a> </dd> <dd> <a href= //uoregon.edu/azindex >A Z Index</a> </dd> <dd> <a href= //uoregon.edu/findpeople >Find People</a> </dd> </dl> </div> <div class= grid-item > <dl class= collapsable collapsed > <dt> TOOLS </dt> <dd> <a href= https://webmail.uoregon.edu/ >Webmail</a> </dd> <dd> <a href= https://blackboard.uoregon.edu/ >Blackboard</a> </dd> <dd> <a href= https://canvas.uoregon.edu/ >Canvas</a> </dd> <dd> <a href= https://duckweb.uoregon.edu/ >Duckweb</a> </dd> </dl> </div> <div class= grid-item > <dl class= collapsable collapsed > <dt> RESOURCES </dt> <dd> <a href= >Class Schedule</a> </dd> <dd> <a href= >Academic Calendar</a> </dd> <dd> <a href= >UO Libraries</a> </dd> <dd> <a href= >For Journalists</a> </dd> </dl> </div> </div>
28 Page 26 Location and Map In the Location and Map section, you can add your address, office number and a link to your location using Google maps. Use the Street Address boxes for your mailing address and use the Office box for your building and room number. You can also add a link to your location on Google maps. If you go to maps.google.com and type in your building location, it should bring up that location on the map. If it is correct, you can copy the entire web address and paste it in the box for Google Maps URL below. When someone clicks on your address in the footer, it will bring up the map to your location in Google maps.
29 Page 27 Contact Information In the Contact Information section, you can add your department s name (which will automatically default to the title of your website), telephone and fax numbers, address and a link to your contact us page. You can enter up to two telephone numbers in the footer. The telephone number should be entered with the area code and use a hyphen to break up the numbers. To enter the link to your contact us page, use a relative link (only the information after uoregon.edu) in the Contact Form URL box. For Digital Communications, the Contact Us page is located at edu/about-us, so in the Contact Form URL box, enter /about-us.
30 Page 28 Social Media Links In the Social Media Links section, enter the web address for the social media accounts associated with your department in the corresponding boxes. There is the ability to add one account each for Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and an RSS Feed. This will automatically add the icon for that account to the footer with a link to the corresponding account.
31 Page 29 ADDING KEY DATES & DEADLINES (CALENDAR) ON YOUR HOMEPAGE To add Key Dates and Deadlines to that section on your homepage, you will create an article page for each item you wish to appear in the list. The Title will be what appears on your homepage and is the title of your event or deadline. In the Tags section, enter the word deadline (after you do it once, it will auto-populate when you start typing it) to add it to the list of events and deadlines that will appear on your homepage. In the Body section, add any content you want to appear about your event. When you click on the event or deadline on your homepage, it will bring you to the article page, so place any information you want people to know about your event or deadline to appear in the Body section. It is editable just like the Body section of a Basic Page. In the Important Date section, enter the date of your event. If it is only one day, you can uncheck the Show End Date box. If it is for multiple days, enter the starting date and the ending date. The event will automatically remove itself from your homepage after the day of the event.
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Blackboard 9.1 SP 11 The Content Editor Introduction Blackboard has introduced a new content editor. The content editor is available to instructors, teaching assistants and students throughout Blackboard.
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Blackboard 1: Course Sites This handout outlines the material covered in the first of four workshops on teaching with Blackboard. It will help you begin building your Blackboard course site. You will learn
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How to Edit Your Website A guide to using your Content Management System Overview 2 Accessing the CMS 2 Choosing Your Language 2 Resetting Your Password 3 Sites 4 Favorites 4 Pages 5 Creating Pages 5 Managing
Weebly Step-by-Step Instructions Go to http://weebly.com/ Follow instructions to create site. Write your username, password, email address, and website URL down and send this information to yourself in
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1 How to Create a Lino Lino is an online discussion tool that allows students to post virtual sticky notes to a virtual canvas, and to view other students sticky notes. It is very similar to Padlet. The
Outlook Web Access Logging in to OWA (Outlook Web Access) from Home 1. Login page http://mail.vernonct.org/exchange 2. To avoid these steps each time you login, you can add the login page to your favorites.