How to edit and publish a web page.
- Drupal Web Publishers must attend a Drupal training. At the Drupal training, Web Publishers are granted access to create and edit web pages for their department website. Send requests for Drupal training to email@example.com.
Edit a web page
To begin editing a Drupal page, click New Draft (or Edit Draft if your most recent page edits are not yet published).
Make all the changes to the page you’d like to make.
Title: Title shown on top of the page.
Hero: Please visit https://answers.fredonia.edu/x/oQIHAQ for instructions.
Office: This provides the related department information at the bottom of the page.
Statistics: Please visit https://answers.fredonia.edu/x/OAIHAQ for instructions.
Body: Information that will be placed on the page's main content.
Basic Page Widgets: Please visit for instructions.
Hide Footer CTA: Select to hide the footer Calls to Action.
Workbench Access Section: Selection of which department or Office will have edit rights to the page.
Publish a web page
When you've made your changes, press Save & Preview.
Review the changes.
If you're satisfied, choose Published from the Set moderation state popup menu. Click the Apply button to publish the changes.
- NOTE: If you have published changes to a web page, it can take 15 min (sometimes longer) for the server to make your changes visible to the public. Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if your changes have appeared after an hour.