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Website Manual

Contact the Web Team. Welcome! Drupal is the content management system that the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources is using to run its websites. If you will be creating or editing content for AGNR, this guide can help you learn to do it in Drupal. With Drupal, you don’t have to be a web...

Logging In

Video Tutorial: Logging In

Security in the AGNR site

The AGNR website can be accessed two ways: using standard protocol (URL begins with http://) and secure protocol (URL begins with https://). The content is identical in each, but the secure protocol keeps your personal information safe when you are editing the site. The login link will take you...

My Workbench

Your User Account

To change your personal information (Name, email, password, etc.), you must access your user account. There are two ways you can do this: From anywhere on the site, click your username in the upper right, then once you are taken to your profile page, click the “Edit” tab. This will take you to the...

Creating and Editing Content

Editing Content

Once a page or other piece of content has been created, it's a snap to edit. Just... Visit the page you want to edit Click the "Edit" tab! ( What if there is no edit tab? ) From there on, editing content is just like creating content , only easier since most of the work is already done for you!

Unpublishing Content

In Drupal, when you create a piece of content, it is published automatically. That means as soon as you click “Save,” it is live on the site for other people to find. However, it is possible to hide content from others with the Publishing Options. This is useful when you want to save a draft of a...

Types of Content

Much of AGNR’s website content is presented in pages , similar to the pages that constituted the entire AGNR website in Cascade. One new feature in Drupal is the ability to create additional types of content quickly and easily using ready-made forms. Creating content with one of these forms ensures...

Educational Article

*Educational Articles are only available on the Extension website. Basic Information Educational Articles are the primary way that Extension educators share their knowledge with the public. Examples include fact sheets and how-tos, though there are many other formats Articles can take. Educational...

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