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Drupal Basic Website Content Management Training (Summer 2010)
 

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Basic Training course for Tyndale Staff on managing content on our Drupal website

Basic Training course for Tyndale Staff on managing content on our Drupal website

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    Drupal Basic Website Content Management Training (Summer 2010) Drupal Basic Website Content Management Training (Summer 2010) Presentation Transcript

    • Drupal User Training Tyndale | Summer 2010 Please come in and find a seat. Each person will require their own computer.
    • Agenda
      • Introduction & Overview
      • New Website Overview & Website Areas Brief
      • New Web Projects Process
      • Understanding Content Types
      • Understanding URLs & Menus
      • Understanding Roles & Permissions
      • Understanding Workflow
      • Hands on Session ▼
      • Understanding The Drupal Way
      • Content Type Workshops
      • Questions & (hopefully) Answers
    • http://dug.tyndale.ca
      • Drupal Users Group
      • Documentation
      • Training Information
      • Content Change Requests
      • Project Management
      * Create an account at http://dug.tyndale.ca
    • Website Overview A quick walk through of the new Tyndale Website
    • Website Areas
      • Prospective Student Sections
      • Academic Information
      • Academic Department & Faculty Sites
      • Current Student Services
      • External/Mixed Audience Sites
    • Website Project Requests
    • Website Project Requests
    • Understanding Content Types The Tyndale website contains many types of content , such as pages, courses, departments, FAQs, events, persons, webforms etc. Each one of these content types have been described inside of Drupal and will allow you to insert the pieces required for that specific type of content.
      • EXAMPLES:
      • Page
      • Event
      • Course
    • Understanding Content Types Content inside of “Groups” Note: “Group” = “Department”
      • Content Types Inside Departments:
      • Page
        • file attachments
        • image attachments
      • Webforms
    • Understanding URLs URL = Universal Resource Locator Creating URL * – no proceeding slash (/) ex. about/location Linking to an Internal URL – start with slash (/) ex. /about/location ex. http://www.tyndale.ca/ about/location * Please note: some content types will auto-create URLs for you based on template and content type
    • Understanding URLs Good to know Tyndale URL Schemes People : /person/first-last www.tyndale.ca/person/andrew-smith Courses: /course/CODE1234 www.tyndale.ca/course/BUSI3733 www.tyndale.ca/seminary/course/NEWT0730 Program/Major: /programs/degree-name/major-name http://www.tyndale.ca/programs/bachelor-of-arts/philosophy http://www.tyndale.ca/seminary/programs/master-of-divinity/missions www.tyndaleseminary.ca = www.tyndale.ca/seminary www.tyndaleseminary.ca/programs = www.tyndale.ca/seminary/programs
    • Understanding Menus
    • Roles & Permissions Roles Groups of users with specific privileges on the website. All Tyndale staff may have the role of “Authenticated User”. Additional Roles may be assigned as required: Accounts are tied to your Novell login.
      • Authenticated User
      • Editor
      • Academic Editor
      • Senior Editor
      • Power User
      • Library Manager
      • Alumni Manager
      • FAQ Manager
      • HR Manager
      • Role: Editor Create/Edit/Delete rights:
        • PAGE EVENT WEBFORM
    • Roles & Permissions Permissions Each Role is given specific permissions to accomplish tasks on the website. Roles may also be stacked to add extra permissions. Example: Editor + Library Manager = All the rights of the Editor Role plus Create/Edit/Delete rights on Library content types (3)
    • Roles & Permissions Permissions You will be able to edit only the content you have created with few exceptions. † † Permissions may be shared if page/webform exists inside of group. Groups are used to manage academic department and program sites as well as internal department sites where required
    • Workflow Understanding Workflow —Draft
    • Workflow Understanding Workflow —Ready For Review
    • Workflow Understanding Workflow —Published
    • Workflow Understanding Workflow —Content Types Pages, Webforms, Events
    • Workflow Understanding Workflow —Moving between states
    • Workflow Understanding Workflow —Moving between states
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    • Drupal User Training Tyndale | Summer 2010