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1 DRUPAL EDITOR Content Management Instructions TABLE OF CONTENTS Access Edit Menu... 2 Edit Existing Page... 3 Auto URL Aliases... 5 Page Content Editor... 7 Create a New Page Page Content List Menu Management Contact Us Data Block Editing: Sidebars Block Editing: Left-hand Quick Links Manage Banner Slideshows Add Users Notes on Non-editable Content

2 ACCESS EDIT MENU Login at Login account = DHE Active Directory username/password Access the administrative menus: 2

3 EDIT EXISTING PAGE Navigate to the page and click the Edit tab at the top to open the page in edit mode. You can edit the Title field, body content, menu settings and publishing options for each page. 1. The Title of the page displays at the top of the page. 2. Use the tools in the page editor to edit body content. See Page Content Editor. 3

4 3. Menu settings below the Body Content box: o o o o Menu link title displays in the menu navigation, breadcrumbs and browser window title. Every page has a Menu Link Title. (If you don t want the menu title to display as a navigation link, it can be hidden - see Menu Management,.) Do not use a slash ( / ) in this field; a slash is read as a menu item separator. Use a hyphen, instead. Before editing text in the Menu Link Title field, you must understand the consequences in terms of URL aliases. Be sure to review information about Auto URL Aliases, below. Click the drop down to select the Parent Item for the page. Eg, a page assigned to <Primary links> is a top level menu item. Weight controls the position of the menu link in the menu list, relative to its parent item. This can be left at the default and adjusted more easily with the menu list - see Menu Management, below. 4. Publishing options: by default, all pages are published. To hide a page from normal view, click on Publishing Options and un-check the box next to Published. You must Save your edits to take effect. Click Cancel if you don t want to save. Clicking Delete will delete the entire page. Deleted pages cannot be recovered. To view and/or select previous saved versions of the page, click on the Revisions tab at the top. 4

5 AUTO URL ALIASES Drupal enables creation of friendly URLs via the default auto alias feature. This feature displays in the page s URL the text entered in the Menu Link Title field, instead of displaying a cryptic system name. Eg, (friendly) vs (system). When you create a New page, you are required to give it a Menu Link Title before you Save. If you don t want the Menu Link Title to display as a navigation link, you will use Manage Menus to disable its display, but this field will always be populated. CAUTION: While you *can* edit/update a Menu Link Title, any sub-pages underneath that item in the hierarchy will display the originally assigned URL alias. The edit does not cascade down to sub-pages. For example: 1. New page is created with Menu Link Title, Divisions and assigned to a Primary menu item. The url alias is 2. Subsequently, a new page is created for a sub-page under Divisions. Its Menu Link Title = NameOfDivision1 and its assigned parent = Divisions. The url alias for this page is 3. If the Menu Link Title of the Divisions page is later edited, for example, to Our Divisions, the url alias becomes But, the sub-page alias will not change - How is this a problem? 1. If you have embedded links on your site to the page, you will need to edit the link(s) to its new path name: /our-divisions Easy enough for a single embedded link, if you remember to do it, but more time-consuming for multiple embedded links. 2. If you ve set a block to appear on the single page, you need to remember to edit the Page Visibility setting of the block from the path name of divisions to our-divisions 3. If sub-pages are created under the re-named page, they will use the new alias, eg, Thus, in the set of pages under the menu link, Our Divisions, some pages will have the original alias and some will not. In this example, perhaps that doesn t matter. For a more radical change, it could be confusing to users. Eg, the title of the menu link is Our Masters Program but the url alias says because the page was originally titled Our Certificate Program. 4. If you ve set a block to appear on multiple sub-pages under a page titled, Divisions, the Visibility setting is divisions* (with the asterisk). If you change the title of the page to Our 5

6 Divisions, you would keep the divisions* setting and add a second setting for ourdivisions* To avoid having multiple sub-pages with different aliases (for the resulting management issues listed above), you should create new pages when the Menu Title needs to be updated. Create a new page with the new Menu Link Title and copy/paste content to it from the old page. Then, delete the old page. Bottom Line: Get your menu names and menu hierarchy nailed down before you create any pages. Make a Site Map and get approval on specific names of menu titles. A seemingly small text change, such as changing an ampersand to the word and, will impact url aliases and management of content. For large sites, with multiple pages and deep menu hierarchies, a single text change can result in time-consuming updates to blocks, flash features, pages and hyperlinks. 6

7 PAGE CONTENT EDITOR The body content of a page is edited with a rich text edit interface. The edit tools display in icons across the top. Many function as they do in Word. Others are specialized for web editing. This section covers 1) Text Editing; 2) Text Formatting; 3) Tables; 4) Photos; 5) Links (to documents, web pages, addresses, anchors). 1. Text Editing You can type directly into the content area, or you can import content from other sources, such as Word or another web page. NOTE: Use the Paste as Plain Text button when copying in content from any source outside the editor itself. This tool strips out embedded Microsoft and other source code that will conflict with the pre-set styles of the design template with unpredictable and undesirable results. This tool also strips out text formatting and hyperlinks. The "Paste from Word" button - recommended. - is unreliable in removing source code and is not Note: images should not be copied and pasted. Image files must be uploaded to the web server and embedded on the page using the editor tool - see Adding Pictures, below. To strip out all embedded code and all formatting, use the Paste as Plain Text tool. 7

8 2. Text Formatting Many icons look and function the way they do in Word. These allow you to format text on the page. Hover your cursor over an icon to see its popup description. By default, text displays in the pre-set normal font style. With the font selection box, you can change text to other pre-set styles. Font Style selections in Edit mode Font Style selections in Normal View mode 8

9 Hover your cursor over each icon to see its popup description. Other Formatting Tools Superscript Subscript BlockQuote Insert Special Character Remove Format Other Edit Tools Spell Check Find Text Replace Text Select All Undo Redo 9

10 3. Tables Tables created in Word will import using the Paste from Word tool, but will require adjustments using the editor tools. Check the overall width of imported tables by right-clicking inside a cell, and convert pixel numbers to percentages of 100% or less to avoid widths that exceed the available space. Use the Insert/Edit Table icon to create a new table. Highlight the table and click Insert/Edit Table again to view and edit its properties. Table Tools function similarly to those in Word: Insert/Edit Table Cell Properties Add Row Add Column Delete Row Delete Column Insert Cell Delete Cell Merge Cell Split Cell 10

11 4. Adding Photos You can add a photo or other graphic image to a page by using the "Insert an Image" button -. Do not copy and paste an image onto a page; the image file needs to be on the web server. Clicking Insert an Image will open a dialogue box which you will use to either select an available image from a list or upload a new file to it. Click Browse Server to open the File Browser window and view your site files on the web server. Note that images need to be less than 5 MB in size and less than 800 x 600 pixels. The center content area, between the left and right sidebars is 600 pixels in width. Acceptable file formats are.jpg,.gif or.png. File names must follow standard naming conventions and consist only of alpha, numeric, hyphen and underscore characters. Do not use periods, parentheses, etc. in the file name. 11

12 4 A. File Browser Each site has its own file directory with folders for images, documents and banner images. Click Browse Server to open File Browser. Each site s directory is allotted a maximum of 75 MB for all folders. You cannot create folders, but you may delete files. Click on a file name in the list to select it. Click on Insert file to insert the selected file on to your web page. 4 B. Upload New File Before uploading a new file, navigate to the folder in which you want to store the file. The default folders allow you to organize groups of files. Click Upload to open the browsing tool for your local network to select a file for upload. The maximum file size per upload is 5 MB. The uploaded file appears highlighted in the list. Files cannot be moved between folders. 12

13 4 C. Image Properties The File Browser allows you to crop and size an image before uploading it to the server. This is preferable to using the page editor s Image Properties box. Check a box under Create thumbnails to select a pre-set dimension, then click Upload. To make a thumbnail of a previously uploaded file, click Thumbnails to select a size, and then click Create thumbnails. This creates a copy of the selected file. Click on a file name in the list and then click on Insert file to return to the page editor where the Image Properties dialogue box is now populated with the file path and name. Enter text in the Alternative Text field. This popup text will display when the user hovers over the image. You can add a border by entering a number in that field. The higher the number, the wider the border. To wrap text around the image, click the dropdown list next to Align to select the position of the image relative to the text. Leave the Hspace and Vspace fields blank; images have pre-set spacing between text that cannot be overridden by these fields. Then, click OK to embed the image on the page. As in Word, you can drag and drop an embedded image. To edit an embedded image, click on the image in edit mode to 'select' it and then click on the Insert Image icon to open the Image Properties box. 13

14 5. Adding Links to A) Document Files, B) Web Pages, C) Addresses, D) Anchors Highlight the text for the link, and then click the Link icon. The Link dialogue box opens with the Link Info tab fields. The dropdown list under Link Type includes: URL, Anchor, or . A) To link to a document file, use the default URL Link Type. Click on Browse Server to open the File Browser window. Click on a file name to select it, or follow instructions above to upload a new file. Click on Send to fckeditor to return to the Link dialogue box. Note: by convention, links to document files should open for the user in a New browser window which you set by using the Target tab. Click the Target tab and select New Window from the dropdown list. Then, click OK to return to the page editor. 14

15 B) To link to a web page, use the default URL Link Type. B-1) To link to an internal page on your site: in the URL field, enter the path name, starting with a slash. The path name includes everything after the.edu in the web address. E.g., if linking to enter only /education in the URL field. The Protocol box will change from to <other> Then click OK. It may be helpful to have a second browser window open so you can copy the correct path name of your target page. Note: all links to pages on the same site must be relative URLs or the link will break when the site launches. Be sure the Protocol box = <other> before you save. Be sure the text in the URL field starts with a slash. B-2) To link to a page on another site, enter the web address and leave the Protocol box at the default You can paste in the full URL of the target page, and the portion will automatically be removed from the field. Then, click the Target tab and select New Window from the dropdown list. Then, click OK. Note: by convention, links to pages on another web site should open for the user in a New browser window which you set by using the Target tab. Click the Target tab and select New Window from the dropdown list. Then, click OK to return to the page editor. 15

16 C) For an link, select the type in the dropdown list and enter the address, subject and body text. An link will open the user s client, if it has been set up in the user s browser. D) For an Anchor link, you must first create the anchor(s). To create an anchor in the page editor, place your cursor to the left of the text to be the destination for your link. Click the Anchor icon to open the Properties box and enter a name (keep it short one or two words), then click OK. An anchor graphic will appear next to the target text. This graphic is not visible to end users. You can drag and drop the graphic to reposition it. Create as many targets as needed. Then, highlight the text that will link to the target and use the Link icon. Repeat for multiple targets. To link to an existing anchor, select the Anchor type in the dropdown list, then click the dropdown list below it to select the name of the anchor, previously created. Anchors are page-specific. Anchors on Page A will not appear in the list when you re editing on Page B. If you want to link to an anchor on page A from page B, make a regular hyperlink on page B using the syntax of /path_of_pagea#name_of_anchor_on_pagea the ( # ) denotes the anchor in the URL. 16

17 CREATE A NEW PAGE On the admin menu, click Create Content > Page. Follow steps for Edit Existing Page. 17

18 PAGE CONTENT LIST Click on Manage Existing Content to open the list of all pages. This list will give you edit access to un-published, as well as published, pages. The content list includes filters and sorts to find specific pages. Click Edit to open the page in edit mode. Search for particular pages by using the Filter options, or click on the column titles to Sort the list. 18

19 MENU MANAGEMENT The left menu displays primary and secondary level navigation only. Tertiary and 4 th level menus display horizontally above the page title. Menu names and assigned menu parent are controlled at the page level (see Page Editing). Click on Manage Menus to view the complete list of menu items where you can re-position an item or hide an item from display. To change the position of a menu item in the hierarchy, click on the dash to drag and drop it anywhere in the list. Be sure to Save your edits. See section on Auto URL Aliases. To hide a menu title from display in the navigation, un-check the Enabled box. Be sure to click Save. To add a new menu, use Create New Page to create a page and define the menu item in Menu Settings. Do not click on Add Menu or other tabs on the Manage Menus page. Do not use the Edit or Delete operations on this page. 19

20 CONTACT US DATA The Contact Us page, by default, is a web form that submits by to a designated address(es). Web form text is editable by site editors. Contact Web Services for changes to form fields or recipient address, or if you need a new form created for another purpose. On the Contact Us form, Editors may click on Results to view data on user submissions. 20

21 BLOCK EDITING: SIDEBARS Click on Manage Blocks to open the list of all blocks and their assigned regions. Locate the block title under the Right Sidebar heading and click configure under Operations to open the block for editing. Blocks can be re-positioned under a heading with the drag and drop tool. Be sure to scroll down and Save. 21

22 Block specific settings opens by default after you click on Configure: Leave these parameters at the defaults: User specific visibility leave radio button unchanged; and Role specific visibility leave boxes un-checked. To control on which pages the block will display, click on Page specific visibility settings. By default, a block is set to display on every page, except certain admin and edit page views. 22

23 You can add more paths to the list of pages on which the block will *not* display. Or, you can use the reverse parameter to display the block only on pages you specify: Click the radio button, Show on only the listed pages, and enter a list of the path name(s). To list all pages under the same parent, append an asterisk * to the path name. Enter <front> to list the site s home page. In the example above, the block is set to appear on the research page and all pages below that path name, because of the asterisk. It will also appear on the people page, but not on any pages below that path name. And, it will appear on the news page under about_us but will not appear on the about_us page itself or on pages under news. about* = all pages immediately under /about/ - eg, about/pageone, about/pagetwo test/pageone* = all pages immediately under the menu item, test/pageone/ - eg, test/pageone/sub-one, test/pageone/sub-two NOTE: If you change a path name, by editing the Menu Link Title field of a page, you must update the path name listed in any blocks that are intended to display (or not) with that page. 23

24 Add Block Adding a new block is a 2-step process: 1. Create the block. Click on Manage Blocks > Add Block Follow steps for Block Editing and Save. Note: Do not click on or use the Add menu block tab. 2. Assign the block. The new, saved block will appear in the Mange Blocks list under the Disabled heading with its Region set to the default, <none>. Click the dropdown to assign the block to the Right Sidebar region. Or, click the dash to the left of the block name to drag it under the Right Sidebar heading. When more than one block displays in the sidebar, position the order by dragging the block name relative to others. Be sure to scroll down and click Save Blocks. 24

25 BLOCK EDITING: LEFT-HAND QUICK LINKS Click on Manage Blocks. Locate the block title under the Left Sidebar heading and click configure under Operations. You can enter up to 3 links. Links to internal pages consist of only the path name; links to external pages consist of the full URL. 25

26 MANAGE BANNER SLIDESHOWS If your site has been configured to display a banner Slideshow, you can control the number of images, up to 5, the order in which they appear, the display of overlay text, thumbnail images and links to pages. (To add a slideshow to your site, see Add New Slideshow below.) The Slideshow feature displays either a single, static image or rotating, multiple images, depending on whether you upload 1 or multiple images. Under Site Management, click on Manage Existing Slideshows to view the list of all elements in all slideshows. Click edit next to the Title in the list to change the properties of an element. Add Slideshow Element To add an image to an existing slideshow, click on Create Content > Slideshow Element. (To add a slideshow to your site, see Add New Slideshow below.) 26

27 Enter text in the Title field. The text will display on top of the image with a transparent colored background. Use the Body field to enter additional overlay text, if needed. Scroll down to the Image Settings fields. 1. Assign the image to an existing Slideshow name by clicking the radio button. 2. If the image will link the user to a web page, enter the full URL of the link. 3. Click on the order in which this image will appear. 4. Click Browse to find the image file on your local drive and upload it to the web server. Images should be formatted to the dimensions of the space for your slideshows, Width = 755 pixels x Height (typically) = 320 pixels (homepage) or 220 pixels (interior pages). 27

28 5. If you want to include a thumbnail image, browse and upload the same, or different, image file. Once uploaded, you can dynamically crop the image to specify what portion will appear in the thumbnail. The thumbnail size is pre-set and not editable. The preview window shows how the thumbnail will look. Be sure to scroll down to SAVE your edits. Add New Slideshow Web Services must first create a block for a new Slideshow. Submit a Support Request with the Name of the new slideshow and where it will appear on the site. When created, the new Banner block will appear under Disabled on the Manage Blocks page. You will need to: 1) Position the block in the correct region. Under Site Management, click on Manage Blocks and move/assign the new Banner block to the Banner Image Area region. Save Blocks at the bottom of the Manage Blocks list to save its location. 2) Set Page Visibility. Click on Configure next to the block and click Page Visibility. Set Visibility as you would for any other block. Click on Save Block to save the configuration. The new slideshow will not be visible until populated with content, Click Create Content > Slideshow Element to populate it. See instructions above. 28

29 ADD USERS All Editors must have an Active Directory account in the DHE domain to login and manage content. Net ID and Active Directory accounts in other domains will not authenticate. Note that Web Services does not manage, control or create Active Directory accounts. Your designated, local LAN Admin is authorized to submit a request for a new DHE/AD account. If you do not know your personal AD account, or if you do not know your LAN Admin, call the DHTS Help Desk to request a lookup, or to request a new password. To add a new user: 1. Submit a Support Request to Web Services with the following Account Information: User s real name User s DHE Active Directory account user name free of typos User s Duke address Level of permission to be assigned, eg, Editor 2. When assignment is confirmed by Web Services, notify new user to login with AD username and password 3. Provide new editors with a tutorial on CMS and with the documentation on the Help Page To troubleshoot login problems, confirm: a) the user is attempting to login with the exact same AD username you submitted to Web Services; b) Web Services has confirmed the user has been assigned edit rights; c) the user can login to a different site that authenticates with DHE AD. 29

30 NOTES ON NON-EDITABLE CONTENT Faculty module The faculty module displays faculty profile information in a data feed from dukehealth.org that includes research faculty, as well as, clinical faculty. The data displays inside the design template of the drupal site, but is identical to the physician data that displays on dukehealth. Errors in data must be corrected at the data source. This new data feed provides demographic information, research info, photo, and other data (when available) for faculty in a format that allows it to be included on Duke Medicine websites. Behind the scenes, that data is actually compiled from 3 different sources: 1. Demographic info: the official, authoritative source for key data like name, rank, and appointments is dfac - the system that replaced FPS (faculty profile system). Each department has a dfac administrator, and a process already exists to make updates to that system. 2. Research info: pulled from the Faculty Research Database (FReD) 3. Photos (for all) and clinical interests (for clinicians): from a database managed by DukeHealth. Updates for #1 data are handled by the departmental dfac admin. Updates for #2 are made by individual faculty or their designee(s). Updates for #3 should be sent to Bart Hubbard, manager of DukeHealth web. Calendar module The calendar module displays events with category and date filters in a feed from OIT s Events at Duke Calendar - The feed displays only events for a particular department. Event data is entered at OIT s calendar admin interface. Errors in data must be corrected at this source. Contact the Calendar Admin to request a group name and user account. Webforms Drupal sites include a default form for the Contact Us link. Web Services will manage web form fields and settings and create new forms if needed. Editors can review reports on submissions. 30

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