This week the Web Team will be migrating to Drupal 8, and are excited for the improvements this will bring to our website and web editor interface.
Website updates include a slight tweak in the font and appearance of our navigation menus found in the left-hand sidebar. This will give users a clean menu presentation that is easy to navigate.
Web users will see some slight changes, but this upgrade is intended to enhance web editors’ current toolset and add features that will help them manage their content workflow.
Training for web editors will be offered twice in January through Staff Development. If you have any questions or comments, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a Drupal web content author, you have several resources at your disposal.
By clicking here, you’ll find a website request form, frequently asked questions, video how-tos, links to upcoming training opportunities, and a web content author’s guide with everything you need to know to maintain your webpages.
If you hit a road block, or don’t see instructions for what you’d like to do in the web content author’s guide, please email email@example.com. Malinda and Julie from Communications, or Patrick from IT, will respond to your request.
Take advantage of the resources here. This site includes frequently asked questions, video tutorials, a web content Author’s Guide and more.
Starting this week, the webteam will be featuring ‘how-to’ segments to help you in keeping your web pages fresh and up-to-date. This week’s feature deals with biographies. This week: How do I edit or create my Bio on the GRCC Webpage?
- Log in to Drupal at http://www.grcc.edu/user with your Novell username and password.
- In the left-hand Navigation, Click on Recent Posts (left side)
- Click on the tab My Recent Posts (middle of page)
- Click on your bio (actually click on your name)
Questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org
[Updated] GRCC’s web team is pleased to give you a sneak peek at the new website, which is scheduled to go fully live (or at least as “live” as millions of lines of code on a server can be) on March 14.
Want to see the preview early? Head to http://cms.grcc.edu/preview
Please take a look, check out the highlights and FAQ’s, and give us your feedback. In the era of “Perpetual Beta” – we’ll constantly be making improvements to the site based on user feedback. Viva “the Interwebs!”