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The Stanford WYSIWYG gives the content editor multiple style options to modify the look of their site's content. Suppose you want the ability to float an image right or left in the content region but it's not in the list of Styles. You can create a CSS Injector rule to target that specific content then make this style available to the WYSIWYG Styles drop-down list. To tackle this example, let's go step-by-step to add the ability to float images right or left in the content region within the WYSIWYG.
Websites on sites.stanford.edu and people.stanford.edu will be receiving updates from May 30 to June 1. University IT will be updating Drupal modules to maintain the security of all websites on Stanford Sites and ensure everyone continues to benefit from the latest community contributions. Updates start around 10PM Pacific and usually wrap up around 4AM, during which time your site may be unavailable for approximately 1 minute.
Posted by Anna Watt on Friday, March 31, 2017 - 8:45am
Do you have a collection of ongoing related events? Try the Event Series module to collect events onto a single page and display upcoming and past events.
Stanford Event Series joined Stanford Sites during the Summer 2016 Updates. Previously it was only available to our Jumpstart clients, but high demand for this functionality on Stanford Sites, combined with our commitment to contributing back to the greater community brought this module to sites created on Stanford Sites.
Want to create a news item for your Stanford Sites? Stanford News feature provides an out of the box solution for displaying news content on your website. This feature contains a content type, fields, a news page layout, and taxonomy. This module is a great replacement for the default Article content type.
Enable Stanford News module for your site
Login to your Stanford Sites website
From the Admin toolbar, click Modules
Filter list by stanford_news
You have created a page that is restricted to Stanford only users logged in with their SUNet ID and placed that page in the menu. After logging out of your site, you noticed that the link is gone! Would you like to make your menu links visible to all users even though the content is restricted? Always Visible module can help you do that!