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Step by steps instruction on how to select which type of page you need, where to find your content, how to edit your content, how to use our Drupal content editor, and how to format text and add different types of links.

Add Content

Select between basic pages, articles, external articles, collections, marketing pages, and webforms to find the type of page you need and how to add that specific type of page.

Find and Edit Content

Learn how to find your content—webpages, photos, documents—on your website, and then how to edit those pages, photos, and documents.

Use the Drupal Content Editor

Learn what all of the items are in the content editor, including how to format and style your content. Many of the elements are similar to using Microsoft Word, so in this tutorial we will cover the more uncommon tools.

Text

Learn how to format text using the Drupal content editor and how to add headers to increase usability and accessibility.

Links

Learn how to add links and emails to webpages, how to add and use call to action buttons, and how to create anchor / jump links.

Templates (Advanced Content)

Templates allow you to quickly and easily add a variety of special elements to your content—from grids and call to action buttons and photos with captions to resource listings and feature envelopes and story blocks.

URL Aliases

Our Drupal system will automatically create URLs for all of the content you create. However, you can change, shorten, or personalize the URL to fit the needs for that particular page.