Julio creates a public facing web site for schools, school districts, and university departments.
This is the main location for community discussions and help for organizations using Julio.
This is also the spot for people looking to develop additional features for Julio.
Documentation is available on drupal.org.
Ask questions/post ideas here. For any bug reports, please use the issue queue.
First and foremost, Julio's structure precisely fits my concept of what a practical and useful integration of teaching and learning tools could be! I hope to be well in to the learning curve to implementing this soon.
Organic Groups seems to me to be a problem, however, in using galleries. When attempting to create a new gallery, the following occurs:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in og_field_widget_form() (line 69 of .... profiles\julio\modules\og\includes\og.field.inc).Read more
During installation during the Adjusting feature set phase a full page of errors comes up that I am not sure how to interpret. When I click continue to the error page the installation continues but then the site does not function - looks like no css files load among other problems. Any idea what is causing this? I've done two clean installs now and the same problem.
Screenshot of error is attached.
I've setup several basic pages that are children of a parent group: "Our Mission". However, none of the links appear on our homepage. Can anyone help me figure out what's wrong?
I'm pretty certain I have it all setup correctly:
First, thanks for Julio–it is amazing!!!
Second, I am having a frustrating problem: I customized my site, including the addition of custom colors on the Watt theme. Everything looked great. Then at some point the colors reverted to the original colors of the Watt theme (despite being accurate in the Watt "settings" page and its respective preview window). I have tried cron, disable theme/re-enabled, but have had no luck. Any idea what could fix this problem?
FYI: The other custom settings in Watt are saved: my custom logo, fonts, etc. Only the custom colors are not saved.Read more
When I add a block (in admin/structure/block/add), I can access a section called "Visibility settings" which has sections for Pages, Content types, Roles, Users.
If I later edit the block by clicking on the "configure" link on admin/structure/block (or by clicking on "Configure block" on the block itself), the "Visibility settings" section is no longer there.
This is not the case in my standard drupal install so I'm guessing it's a julio-specific configuration.
How can I restore the Visibility settings section when I'm updating a block.
Is anyone else seeing this?
When I go to the admin dashboard on my sites I see this error:
Notice: Undefined index: julio-admin-content-list-block-1 in dashboard_page_build() (line 192 of /usr/local/apache2_php_drupal/htdocs/julio/modules/dashboard/dashboard.module).
But nothing appears to be broken.
As always, I assume that this sort of error is caused by something I've done ;-) but I was surprised to see pretty much the same error message when I use the admin dashboard in the demo software at the http://julio.funnymonkey.com site.Read more
I am new to Julio, and trying to wrap my head around all of this. My head hurts ;-)
I know how to add photos, links and captions to the main page slideshow, but I can not find how to adjust how long each slide is displayed before changing. It is too quick for my needs. Is it easy to change, or does it require programming, etc?
I am currently adding custom style sheet rules to this file:
Is there any problem with this?
In other words, will this file be overwritten when I upgrade to a newer version of Julio?
If so, is there a better place for custom style sheets?
Hi, so after a few attempts, I finally got the julio distribution installed, it kept on freezing or crashing during installation? Also after installation! I could only add additional functionality one at a time, otherwise it crashed. So now I have julio installed and go to the admin panel, there is no appearance link in the Admin quick links section. Very annoying. :(
Do I have to reinstall julio again, or is there a quick way of getting this fixed.
When I create new content of type "Basic page" the new page is always displayed with blocks for "News", "Events" and "Recent Galleries" in the left hand side bar.
I'm trying to understand how I would approach building a page with, say, no "Recent Galleries" section.
I'm new to Drupal but have slowly got my head around some of the powerful ideas in the software, including the use of Contexts, but I can't see where in the flow of things that this particular content is added.Read more
Hi guys, so my plan is to setup a website for my condo association. I like the way this distribution looks and is setup that is why I picked it.
I am looking to do the following, and would appreciate some guidance if it's even possible to do what I want to do.
If you look at my site as it is currently setup:
You will see that I have some basic information on it and have been using the calendar, and announcements, etc.
Basically I would like to have a few user accounts that can edit content across the site.Read more
I tried to install JULIO after extracting files to public_html folder. it went on well till database details. in the next step it has thrown this error msg "
Fatal error: Call to undefined function feature_set_get_featuresets() in /home/gyandish/public_html/profiles/julio/modules/feature_set/feature_set.admin.inc on line 11"
Dont know what to do, can some one pls help me.
Hi, so this might seem like a really stupid question but when I install the Julio distribution it creates the two accounts. Once installation is finished I am logged in to the day-to-day use account. I am slowly figuring things out but when I try to do anything in the Administration Control Panel that involves users, such as "create user" or "list all" etc., it tries to access an "/admin" folder that just does not exist and I end up getting "404 not found"..
Also, when I logged out, there does not seem to be any way to log back in... at least not clearly obvious...Read more