Commit edaba6cd authored by Clayton Dewey's avatar Clayton Dewey

Added note about Landing Pages in site search.

parent 1e98a69e
# Drutopia End User Documentation # Drutopia End User Documentation
## Login/logout ## Login/logout
Log in via the login block in the footer region using your user name and password. Log in via the login block in the footer region using your user name and password.
Note: If you do not have the user login block enabled, append `/user/login` to your website address (for example [demo.drutopia.org/user/login](https://demo.drutopia.org/user/login)) and you will get to the log in box. Note: If you do not have the user login block enabled, append `/user/login` to your website address (for example [demo.drutopia.org/user/login](https://demo.drutopia.org/user/login)) and you will get to the log in box.
...@@ -24,21 +24,21 @@ To log out use the logout button in the login block (in the footer region on a s ...@@ -24,21 +24,21 @@ To log out use the logout button in the login block (in the footer region on a s
### Adding a new user account ### Adding a new user account
* Start by logging in with a site manager account. * Start by logging in with a site manager account.
* Once logged in, with the manager role, you will see a toolbar at the top of the page. * Once logged in, with the manager role, you will see a toolbar at the top of the page.
* Select the “People” link. * Select the “People” link.
* Start by clicking the button “Add user”. * Start by clicking the button “Add user”.
* Type in a user name as well as an email and a password. Note that any email address may only be used for one user account. * Type in a user name as well as an email and a password. Note that any email address may only be used for one user account.
* You can opt to inform a user of their new role (they will be sent a one time login link). * You can opt to inform a user of their new role (they will be sent a one time login link).
* Save the new user. * Save the new user.
* The next step is to assign this new user to a role. Roles determine what permissions a particular user has (that is what they are allowed to do on the site.) * The next step is to assign this new user to a role. Roles determine what permissions a particular user has (that is what they are allowed to do on the site.)
## User roles ## User roles
The following roles are available on an Drutopia site: The following roles are available on an Drutopia site:
* __Anonymous user__: A site visitor who has not logged in (Exists by default). * __Anonymous user__: A site visitor who has not logged in (Exists by default).
* __Authenticated user__: Anyone who has registered on the site, and authenticated by logging in. (Exists by default). * __Authenticated user__: Anyone who has registered on the site, and authenticated by logging in. (Exists by default).
* __Contributor__: A contributor is a member of staff or a volunteer who is going to be posting content but not editing other people’s content. * __Contributor__: A contributor is a member of staff or a volunteer who is going to be posting content but not editing other people’s content.
* __Editor__: The editor can edit other people's content as well as post and edit their own. * __Editor__: The editor can edit other people's content as well as post and edit their own.
* __Manager__: The manager has permissions to add users and groups as well as some site configuration permissions. * __Manager__: The manager has permissions to add users and groups as well as some site configuration permissions.
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...@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ The FAQ paragraph type is available on both page and article content types. ...@@ -150,7 +150,7 @@ The FAQ paragraph type is available on both page and article content types.
It is very easy to go back into a piece of content you have created and make any changes required. 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. * 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.
* You can also access content for editing via the content administration page described below. * You can also access content for editing via the content administration page described below.
* Simply make any changes as you did when you were first creating the piece of content and save those changes. * Simply make any changes as you did when you were first creating the piece of content and save those changes.
...@@ -207,7 +207,7 @@ By default certain menu items will appear in the main menu of a Drutopia site. T ...@@ -207,7 +207,7 @@ By default certain menu items will appear in the main menu of a Drutopia site. T
Drutopia ships with a default theme (which determines how your Drupal site looks) called Octavia (in honor of [Octavia Butler](http://octaviabutler.org/)). Octavia has been built as a subtheme of Bulma using the Bulma framework. Drutopia ships with a default theme (which determines how your Drupal site looks) called Octavia (in honor of [Octavia Butler](http://octaviabutler.org/)). Octavia has been built as a subtheme of Bulma using the Bulma framework.
* Click on the settings page for Octavia (admin/appearance/settings/octavia) to adjust any settings (note that editing the Global settings will not work, you must edit the Octavia settings). * Click on the settings page for Octavia (admin/appearance/settings/octavia) to adjust any settings (note that editing the Global settings will not work, you must edit the Octavia settings).
* You can upload your own logo and/or favicon. * You can upload your own logo and/or favicon.
* As always, ensure you save your configuration. * As always, ensure you save your configuration.
## Taxonomy ## Taxonomy
...@@ -235,6 +235,9 @@ Groups allows you to create sub-sections on your site for groups that can be def ...@@ -235,6 +235,9 @@ Groups allows you to create sub-sections on your site for groups that can be def
* However, if you’re starting with Drutopia a site administrator can add some of the more complex functionality with a small amount of configuration, such as linking groups to particular content types. * However, if you’re starting with Drutopia a site administrator can add some of the more complex functionality with a small amount of configuration, such as linking groups to particular content types.
* To work with groups, navigate to the groups admin page via the toolbar. Here you can edit an existing group or add a new group. As well as similar fields that other content types have, groups have fields for contact information such as a phone number, email and address. * To work with groups, navigate to the groups admin page via the toolbar. Here you can edit an existing group or add a new group. As well as similar fields that other content types have, groups have fields for contact information such as a phone number, email and address.
## Search
Site search includes all content types except for Landing Pages. If you want a page to end up in site search, use the Basic Page content type instead.
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