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Events in Drupal

Posted May 23, 2018
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“Events in Drupal” are advertisements of your event on the web site and also in the Daily Digest. Please note you will still need to book your room through the Conferences and Events department. Creating an Event: Drupal Users: Content->Add Content->Event. Non-Drupal Users: Navigate to brynmawr.edu/events and select “Promote Your Event” from the left hand […]

Embed forms and other content in Drupal

Posted January 6, 2016
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To embed video, refer to these detailed instructions. If you have been granted HTML embedding permissions (contact Web Services via help@brynmawr.edu), you may use these instructions to embed forms and other content that provide iframe or javascript embed code. Only embed content from known, trusted sites. Ask Web Services if you aren’t sure. Copy the […]

Add and Remove Custom Text in Drupal

Posted December 7, 2015
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Custom text can be used to place text above or below other page elements when placing it in the usual “body” text area does not meet your needs. To add custom text Click “Customize this Page” Click a plus sign to add a new pane Click “new custom content” Type your custom content in the […]

Tables in Drupal

Posted September 3, 2015
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Contents: Adding a new table Copying a new table from Word or another external source Note: For best results, create and edit tables directly in Drupal rather than pasting from other sources. Editing an existing table Adding a new table in Drupal Click the table button. Note: All properties may be adjusted later by right […]

Program Descriptions (major/minor requirements) in Drupal

Posted April 16, 2015

The text on academic department “Program Requirements and Opportunities” pages is automated from Bionic. This data feeds the Bryn Mawr website, Undergraduate Course Catalog, and the Tri-Co Course Guide. Please send corrections or updates to Bryn Mawr requirements text to registrar@brynmawr.edu . It is possible to edit these pages to add other text, but be […]

Course listings in Drupal

Posted April 16, 2015
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Bryn Mawr course listings are automated from Bionic. This data feeds the Bryn Mawr website, Undergraduate Course Catalog, and the Tri-Co Course Guide. Please send corrections or updates to Bryn Mawr course listings to registrar@brynmawr.edu . Adding more text or non-BMC courses to your course listings page Go to your Courses page and click the […]

Biography Listings in Drupal

Posted April 15, 2015
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Biography listings are lists of people associated with a department or office. These listings combine basic information about a person from Bionic (preferred name, title, phone, email, office, etc) with information the individual or their web steward can add (photo, office hours, CV, degrees, research interests, etc). Each office or department has a “Faculty and […]

Edit Biographies in Drupal

Posted April 15, 2015
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Biography listings are lists of people associated with a department or office. These listings combine basic information about a person from Bionic (preferred name, title, phone, email, office, etc) with information the individual or their web steward can add (photo, office hours, CV, degrees, research interests, etc). Each office or department has a “Faculty and […]

Spotlights in Drupal

Posted June 5, 2014

Spotlights are profiles of people (students, alumnae/i or faculty) or topics. They appear in list views in the About section, as well as in various locations throughout the site– usually in the right sidebar. Adding: Go to Content->Add Content->Spotlight Spotlight Text: Promote to About page: This will feature the spotlight on https://www.brynmawr.edu/about/spotlights Spotlight Blurb: This […]

Financial Aid content in Drupal

Posted June 5, 2014
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Financial Aid content is constructed using two content types: Aid (for types of financial aid) and Policy (for policies regarding financial aid), which are embedded in pages for the appropriate audiences. Aid Adding: Go to Content->Add Content->Aid Complete the required fields. Be sure your title is specific enough to find it in the list of […]

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