Setting up your home page

On this page

Now that you have added some content to your site, you have the option to use the Drupal provided Front Page, put specific content to always show up on top for your front page, and even reset your Home page to a page of your choice.

Default Front page

The default front-page is fairly advanced for showing 'dynamic' content that shows newly posted content to visitors each time they visit your website.


OG User Roles Group Settings: Create Content Links

As a result of this issue:, there are now two settings on the Group Edit Form which can be used to control the create links on the Group Menu:

Display the Create content link?
Do you wish to display the OGUR Create content link on this group's menu?

Remove the default Create links?
Do you wish to remove the default OG Create content links on this group's menu? This will remove all of the default OG "create..." links on the group navigation menu.

Hierarchical Select

This is the documentation page for Hierarchical Select, a module that allows users to connect content to particular places in tree hierarchies. These content hierarchies can be made through Taxonomy, Entity Reference, Organic Groups with subgroups, and more.

There is a great demo available so you can try its user interface.

User documentation

Tutorial: Ten Step-by-Step Code Samples for Learning Form API

This tutorial, for beginning and intermediate Drupal programmers, includes basic and some advanced features of the Form API (example: multistep forms). Intermediate programmers may want to skip down to code sample #8. The tutorial includes the ability to copy and paste the following code snippets into a module for viewing and experimenting.

First, learn how to get the code snippets working. For an existing Drupal 6 site:

  1. Create a new directory in sites/all/modules and name it 'my_module'
  2. Create a file named in the my_module directory with the following contents:
  3. name = My module
    description = Module for form api tutorial
    core = 6.x
  4. Create a file and name it 'my_module.module'. Cut and paste the first code sample into the my_module.module file (note that it's preferable to omit the closing ?> tag)
  5. Enable the "My module" module on the administer/site building/modules page.
  6. Type the following in the browser address bar: http://yoursite_site_url/?q=my_module/form or http://yoursite_site_url/my_module/form depending on your configuration.

What's new in Calendar 2.x for Drupal 6

Note! Views2 API Changes! The latest D6 -dev version uses the new Views2 API and requires the latest -dev version of Date, Calendar, CCK, and Views to work right. The changes involve some re-organization of files and folders, so empty the date folder out before adding in the updated files.

What's new in Calendar 2.x for Drupal 6

Calendar 2.x for Drupal 6 entailed a complete rewrite in order work with Views 2. There are a lot of changes from earlier versions, so I strongly suggest you start with the default calendar view provided and add and edit it to get the results you want.

  1. Create a new calendar by enabling the default calendar view and changing it to use whatever date you want in your calendar. You can create multiple calendars by cloning the default calendar view as many times as necessary.
  2. The Date argument has an option to select one or more Views date fields to filter on, automatically adds them to the view, and then filters the view by the value of the selected field(s). This argument can be used on any view, not just calendar views.


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