We've assembled all of the FAQs specific to A&S Pages here in this list. If you don't want to browse the list, simply search this site to find what you need. General Drupal 7 "how-tos" (e.g. inserting images into text, editing menus, using the editing toolbar, etc.) can be found on the A&S Computing website. If you still can't find it, please contact us.
If you are uploading an image that will be used as part of a slideshow on your home page, resizing and cropping the image before you upload it is very important. Slide shows really do look their best when the images are all the same size.
The following is a list of potentially confusing situations.
Only Arts & Sciences Computing staff can add new users. However, if you are a group administrator, you can add any existing user as a member of your group and give them a certain set of permissions (i.e. a role).
Webforms allow content administrators to create forms to be filled out by anonymous visitors (e.g. RSVP or surveys). Webforms have not changed substantially from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7.
Managed files allow content administrators to collect related information about a file (title, image, description) in one place and quickly find the file again if it needs to be replaced.
Authoring information is only visible to users who have permission to see user accounts. It is one of the vertical tabs at the bottom of each edit form.
Arts & Sciences has pre-defined some styles that you can use through the WYSIWYG editor. These styles can be found in the styles dropdown at the top of text areas. Some styles like ‘button’ are specific to an element.
Before uploading any kind of file, make sure you have given it a good name. File names should use only letters, dashes, underscores, and numbers – no special characters, no spaces, and no punctuation. If you use a logical naming sys