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Drupal's [http://hacdc.org/date-browser calendar] is driven by content nodes. To add something to it, [http://hacdc.org/node/add/event create a new event "node"] and fill it out. That node is what the calendar will link to. If you select "Promoted to front page" (under "Publishing options") it will also be published to the front page, as a blog post like thing.
Drupal's [http://hacdc.org/date-browser calendar] is driven by content nodes. To add something to it, [http://hacdc.org/node/add/event create a new event "node"] and fill it out. That node is what the calendar will link to. If you select "Promoted to front page" (under "Publishing options") it will also be published to the front page, as a blog post like thing.
'''Note:''' Please include an end time as well as a start time, even if it's just approximate. Otherwise chaos will ensue as different pieces of software assume different things.

Revision as of 11:09, 24 February 2010

This page collects information about how to use hacdc.org's copy of Drupal.

Adding an Event

Drupal's calendar is driven by content nodes. To add something to it, create a new event "node" and fill it out. That node is what the calendar will link to. If you select "Promoted to front page" (under "Publishing options") it will also be published to the front page, as a blog post like thing. Note: Please include an end time as well as a start time, even if it's just approximate. Otherwise chaos will ensue as different pieces of software assume different things.