1) First go to your word document and copy the section you would like on your web page: 2) Next open up the editing interface of the webpage you have created and select the Paste from Word Button and paste […]
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If you’re adding a photo to the top right corner of your webpage, you’ll want to set the width at 238 pixels and the height at 180 pixels. 1) In order to resize your photo, open the photo with Photoshop, then select “Image,” and select “Image Size.” […]
You can add Facebook Like Boxes to the bottom of a standard webpage or to the right hand sidebar area, like Student Services. To get started follow these steps: Click on “Add” in the “Edit Console.” Select “Facebook Element” from the list of content types. Enter the URL of the […]
301 redirects help you change the URL of a www.miis.edu webpage without breaking the link. All people accessing the old link will automatically be taken to the new URL. Please follow these steps to enable a 301 redirect: Navigate to the page with the old URL. (Ex. http://www.miis.edu/academics/language/diplomat) Take note […]
Meta-descriptions are text that appears under your title tag in a Google search and, therefore, provide another area to use the keywords identified in your SEO strategies. Meta-descriptions consist of well-written ad copy not exceeding 155 characters. To add a meta-description to one of your webpages, follow these quick steps: […]
To add a search box to your Frequently Asked Questions webpage in the style of the Admissions FAQs, you will need to use the “Quick Access” content type and also create a Drupal View of your FAQs list. Create a new subpage under your FAQs webpage entitled “List of FAQs” […]
Galleries can be used to display a set of photos as a photo slideshow.
Groups are used to control who has editing privileges to the various sections of the MIIS website. If you are the group manager, you can add or remove group members by visiting http://go.middlebury.edu/groups.
I have pages and pages of file uploads on my “Files (hidden)” page; is there a better way to organize these?
You can create multiple Files subpages to keep your Drupal files organized as you see fit.
In order to create a navigation sidebar (the sidebar area located below the righthand navigation menu), you need to create a new subpage to house the sidebar content.