Typography • Content & Block Types • Iconography • Block Regions
Drupal is a database-driven content management system. We've built out the infrastructure of your Drupal content management system in such a way that, when you select the type of content you want to create (i.e. blog post, basic page, event, etc.), the system will select the right template to design the page, based on your choice. In some cases, your content will also be automatically placed on your website in a location designed for that piece of content. For example, if you create a blog post using the Article content type, it will automatically appear on the blog listing page as well as in blocks that show recent posts.
This page will give you an understanding of the different content options you can use throughout your website.
Content types are different pages that have a templated layout associated with them. When you create a page of content from a content type, it will create a page with a URL. The basic approach of creating and editing each type of content is the same. You'll see different options available to you depending on what that content type will allow.
Overview of managing content.
How to add new pages of content.
How to add to & manage menus.
A landing page can be used for something as simple as a contact page or can be the core of your digital marketing campaign. You can redirect people to a custom thank you page when they have completed the form. The top of a landing page functions exactly like a basic page, with a few added options. The most important option is to add a webform. You'll need to create the webform before you can add it to the page. The other two options are: (1) Hide the navigation. This is useful if you want the site visitor to focus on your desired action (filling out the form). (2) Have the form stacked or side-by-side.
How to create forms on your website.
Block types are similar to content types in that they are unique pieces of content that have templates associated with them. They differ from content types in that they create blocks that can be put into regions on a page instead of creating a page. You can have blocks that go into any region but some of the blocks below are best suited for certain regions.
Regions and blocks overview.
How to add a block to a page.
How to add an advanced block to a page.
The styling options are super simple. This example has style 4 applied.
Maybe a Link
If you need content below the block, you can add it here.
Here is the subtext for the hero banner. It's smaller and cooler but not better or worse.
Each screen size will show a different image rather than the same image.
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