Commit 9e70589b authored by Rosemary Mann's avatar Rosemary Mann

Update end user documentation

parent 4e566836
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* Sticky at top of lists (makes the piece of content “stick” as the top piece of content. Only one piece can be so marked at the time. You will need to “unsticky” a piece of content before you “sticky” another one.
* At the end of the form you may click the “Preview” button to see how it will look or just go ahead and click the “Save and publish” button. There is also a “Save as unpublished” drop down option on the Save button for work that you want to save but needs review before publishing.
## Specialized paragraphs
* There are some specialized paragraphs that allow content editors to do more sophisticated work.
### Storyline
* A storyline is a simple way to show a chronology or tell a story in a graphical format. A storyline can include specific dates but unlike some timelines does not require this, allowing you to organize in any manner you like.
* To use the storyline feature, you'll need to enable both Drutopia Storyline as well as Drutopia Page Storyline.
* Once these two features are enabled, the basic page content type will have an additional Storyline field.
* The initial body paragraph field provides a place to add opening text that will display at the top of your storyline.
* The storyline header paragraph contains a single field for a header, such as a year. This is open by default to start you off.
* Next, add a storyline item paragraph by clicking that button. This paragraph will have two fields, a heading where you can add a more specific date and a text field where you add the text you want to appear in your storyline.
* Continue to add storyline items which fit under one header, adding new headers as desired.
* You can rearrange using the drag and drop tool as needed and then save your page.
### FAQ
* The FAQ paragraph type is available on both page and article content types.
* You can create a whole FAQ page by adding a series of FAQ paragraphs which each contain a question and answer (or title and information).
* Alternately, you can insert an FAQ paragraph into an article or page as a way of providing more information on a subject but that can be opened or closed by a site visitor.
## Editing content
* It is very easy to go back into a piece of content you have created and make any changes required.
* When you are logged in, and if you have appropriate permissions, when viewing a piece of content you will see an edit tab on the top of the piece of content. By clicking that tab you will return to the form on which you created the content.
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* 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.
## Related content
* You can enable the Related Content feature to have related content show on the bottom of a node page.
* Content is related based on terms that are shared.
## Contact form
* The Contact form is enabled by default. You can personalize the email recipient and a return message at: admin/structure/contact/manage/feedback.
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