GW Drupal Tutorials
GW Drupal is GW's central web content management system. If you're new to GW Drupal, start with the GW Drupal Foundation materials listed on this page. After reviewing this material new users will have learned:
- How to login
- How to create and manage user accounts
- How to navigate the GW Drupal interface
- How to create and manage navigation
- How to apply content types
GW Drupal Basics
Get an understanding of user account permissions and section-specific permissions using Workbench Access.
Learn how to log into and navigate your GW Drupal site, how to access existing content and how to create and moderate content.
Apply Site Placement to manage inherited elements and place content on the home page and other dynamic pages on your site.
As you create your content you'll also need to create and manage your navigation.
Content Types are the basic building blocks of GW Drupal. They are structured templates used to present text and graphics in a specific manner, depending on the kind of information provided.
Creating and editing text for your webpages is typically done through the What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) text editor.
Once you've entered the main content for your page, you can then add in your sidebar content.
Learn how Content Sets can help you add dynamic features and functionality to your webpages, such as quick link Lists, Rotating Heroes, and Repeating Sidebars.
Once you’ve mastered the basics, you can learn more about GW Drupal's advanced features and functionality in the GW Drupal A-Z Glossary.