Mosaik Management

You can access Mosaik administration section from the admin/structure/mosaik page.
Here you'll find all your mosaiks created via UI and you can search among them using the exposed filters.
To add a new Mosaik just click on the "Add Mosaik" link (admin/structure/mosaik/add) and fill up the form.

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You will be asked to set a machine-name and a title for your mosaik and to choose the behaviour it will have:

Users, permissions, and roles

Every visitor to your site, whether they have an account and log in or visit the site anonymously, is considered a user to Drupal. Each user has a numeric user ID, and non-anonymous users also have a user name and an email address. Other information can also be associated with users by modules; for instance, if you use the core Profile module, you can define user profile fields to be associated with each user.

Anonymous users have a user ID of zero (0). The user with user ID one (1), which is the primary admin user account created during Drupal installation, has permission to do absolutely everything on the site.

Other users on your site can be assigned permissions via roles. To do this, you first need to create a role, which you might call "Content editor" or "Member". Next, you will assign permissions to that role, to tell Drupal what that role can and can't do on the site. Finally, you will grant certain users on your site your new role, which will mean that when those users are logged in, Drupal will let them do the actions you gave that role permission to do.

Creating a custom build of Modernizr based on your Drupal setup

When your site is ready to go live, you'll want to take inventory of which feature tests you used, and reduce your Modernizr JS library to include only those tests that you need. This way it is as small as possible, downloading and executing more quickly than it would with unused feature detections present and firing.

The Modernizr module has you covered; it keeps track of all the tests being requested by other modules and themes — just visit admin/config/development/modernizr. There are three sources: modules, themes, and tests within your current copy of modernizr.js.

Getting started with Drupal 8 administration

This section is an introduction to site administration for new Drupal 8 users. It covers the use of the administrator account and offers suggestions on where to start.

Understanding the administrator account

At the end of the installation process, the person who performed the installation is automatically logged into the site with the administrator account. You may see the administrator account referred to as "User 1". This administrative account is automatically given all privileges for managing content and administering the site. The best practice is not to share this account. You can always grant users permissions by assigning them to certain roles.

Where to start

Administrators will generally need to address the following areas in a new site.

Check your site's status

Asset

The Asset module proposes a new approach to the media management in Drupal, resolving a long-standing problem of reusable media files (images, videos, documents, etc) that evolved into the problem of reusable media content (images/videos/documents/etc with the attached content like description/licence/etc).

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