+How do I log in to my website?
As it is with most Drupal websites, and all on campus, all you have to do is add "/user" to the end of your website URL. For all UNT websites:
You may manually log out by typing this:
+There's something wrong with my site. Who should I contact for
Contact your department, college or division's local web support team. Don't have a local web support team or don't know who they are? Submit a request through Service Now and describe your issue.
+What if I don't have a problem worthy of ServiceNow and only have a
Join the UNT Drupal User group on Microsoft Teams.
+Am I allowed to edit or customize the header or footer of my
In short, no. You are allowed to customize the menu section, but the green branding bar at the top and the footer are off limits. You are allowed to put your departmental lockup in the footer, place of the green UNT|University of North Texas lockup logo, but other than that the answer is no.
You do, however, have complete control over anything that happens in the content area. But always remember... just because you can make a white squirrel fly across the screen doesn't mean that you should make a white squirrel fly across the screen.
+What's the easiest way to find answers to my Drupal problems,
Google. The Drupal community is huge, and everyone has had a problem at one point or another. Usually, you'll find links to threads on the Drupal website, www.drupal.org. In short, the easiest way to search is:
- Open your browser and type "Drupal"
- Then, type the problem you're having
EXAMPLE: "Drupal how do I put a menu into a sidebar?"
- It can be helpful to type Drupal 7 if you are on a Drupal 7 install. Consequently, Drupal 6 if you have a Drupal 6 site.
+I opted to use the custom search, why can't I see the results?
The custom search utilizes a content page called "search-results" that must also contain code within the body field. Here's how you can make sure you see the search results:
- Make sure there's a content page (basic page) with the url "search-results"
Make sure the "search-results" page has the following code inside the Body field: