Review our alphabetized list of tutorials and important terms in GW Drupal.
The 403 Access Denied Error Page (or simply, 403 Error) displays whenever a website visitor tries to access a page that has been unpublished from public view.
Almost all websites have what is called a 404 Error Page (or simply 404 Page) built into their framework. The 404 Page presents a message to users who have a bad or broken link.
Exclusive to the Classic theme, the Carousel can be used to feature the title, image, and a summary blurb for up to nine pieces of content in a horizontally scrolling format.
Sometimes, you need to replicate the content of an existing page into a new one with some minor tweaks. For instance, if there are a series of events with nearly identical information.
Often, there is an overlap in the information that needs to be shared across two different GW Drupal websites.
The Customize this Page button displays all of the active content panes on a page. Each content pane is designed to display a specific type of content and includes some configuration options.
The Feature Spotlight is designed to allow a site owner or content manager to feature a single content item with summary text, an optional image, and a "Read More" link to encourage users
GW Drupal sites can display feeds of content from multiple sources. Sometimes you may want to display a feed of your own content, such as displaying your latest Article headlines on your homepage.
Redirects are used to send users who are going to outdated URLs to a new, more appropriate URL.
The Rotating Hero content set allows you to group multiple Hero banners into a rotator.
Exclusive to the GW Drupal Classic theme, the Social content type can be used to display linked social media accounts related to your organization.
Content displayed in a feed, such as a list of Articles, usually displays a summary blurb.
In GW Drupal, the taxonomy is a set of keyword terms (a.k.a. tags) used for content categorization.