Commit 2067b3df authored by Rosemary Mann's avatar Rosemary Mann

Update end user documentation

parent d889dc85
......@@ -176,12 +176,13 @@ The home page consists of a number of elements. It can include:
* The latest four resources that have been promoted to the home page.
* The latest four blog posts that have been promoted to the home page.
* The latest four campaigns that have been promoted to the home page.
* Three custom blocks that appear at the bottom of the page and can link to any internal or external page.
* If your site does not have a particular feature enabled or there is no content of that type, the block will not appear.
## Editing the home page blocks
There are two custom blocks that appear on the home page, each containing an image, some text and a link.
There are five custom blocks that appear on the home page (two wide slides, and three smaller ones), each containing an image, some text and a link.
* The easiest way to edit is to use the edit tool (with a pencil icon) that appears when you hover over the top right-hand corner. Click the edit button and then select Edit.
* Start by typing in the page on the site you want your home page block to lead to. For the home page hero block (at the top) this will likely be an “About” page. For the other home page block, it can be to any page that you are featuring.
......@@ -190,6 +191,7 @@ There are two custom blocks that appear on the home page, each containing an ima
* Edit the text that will appear over the image. This should be one or two sentences.
* Save your changes.
* Visit the home page to see how your new block looks. It is very likely that you will need to make further changes to ensure the text is visible with the image you have selected and not too long.
* The three bottom region blocks can be edited in a similar way, but for these it is the link text that will appear as in a title and the text should be extremely brief.
## Menu
......@@ -213,6 +215,7 @@ Drutopia ships with a default theme (which determines how your Drupal site looks
The taxonomy system is a way of categorizing content. A vocabulary is created and within that vocabulary terms are added.
* The topics vocabulary is available for a sub-set of Drutopia content types. Topics are used to categorize content across multiple content types and terms should be well-thought out to capture the key issues or topics that will help your site visitors explore content.
* The tags vocabulary is created and available for a variety of Drutopia content types. Terms can be added to this vocabulary “on the fly” as you are creating pieces of content.
* Some content types have a “type” field, such as Article type, which allow you to categorize by a defined set of terms. So for example, for event, you may want to categorize as meeting, fundraiser, workshop etc.
* To add terms to a vocabulary, select taxonomy from under the structure button in the toolbar (admin/structure/taxonomy). Choose the vocabulary you want to work with and select the add terms button. Add a new term and save. Or edit the name of an existing term, should you wish it to be slightly altered.
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