Often a single organization will have multiple staff creating content. The staff member who is most concious of accessibility requirements will often discover content that other staff members have added that are not as accessible as they might be, if only because certain checks cannot be automated. It would be good if Drupal modules provided productivity tools for these individuals who have oversight whether by responsibility or default.Read more
This group's creation is the result of a growing need in the community. The history isn't as important as the desires of a number of Drupal administrators/content editors to find a way to share issues, resolve questions, support each other and learn more about administering Drupal sites in the process.Read more
I'm stuck. I was messing around within the admin area of my new Drupal installation. I host on GoDaddy. At some point, I unchecked the login box for the admin page and now I cannot login. Duh, I should've figured it was there for a reason, but now I can't get in.
Fortunately, I haven't done anything with it, aside from messing it up. Is there some way to get that log in box back on the admin page or should I just reinstall and start again?
I feel so silly.
As for most of our sites we want to turn revisions on for all content types, a module (or D7 core patch) to do this from somewhere with a single switch (or checkboxes for all content types in one place) would be nice.
* Is there already a module that does this, hiding from my searches?
* Should other per-content-type workflow settings also be centralized?
* Where should centralized settings like this live in the administration menu?
I put this screencast together that outlines some possible resolutions to the problems identified usability testing. The screencast picks up some of the latest design work put forward by many of you (admin interface, input formats, revealing admin nodes, etc). In most cases I built on top of your work.
What do you think?
You excuse my English and the banal question. I installed Drupaled, I created the first account and after how I do to enter in the administration?
I have the necessity of important the Italian translation of the forms and other. How can I do? Thanks
Apologies for the post across too many groups. Now corrected; won't happen again.
I am posting on behalf of a client with an existing Drupal implementation in a start-up Web business. This client has an imminent need for the following, most likely on a contract basis:Read more