While carousels were traditionally seen as a good way to squeeze more content into a limited amount of screen space, research studies (see Should I Use a Carousel?) show that site visitors are most likely to ignore anything beyond the first slide, and a poorly built carousel can irritate users, leaving them with negative feelings towards your site and your organization.
Get Permission to Edit
To add or edit content on a Drupal site, the site's administrator has to give you special permissions, so send an email asking for this permission first. The administrator may want to offer you some training first, or they might refer you to our community training pages.
The following pages explain how to create and work with different types of Drupal blocks.
As with every DrupalCon event, half of the excitement of being in a new city is taking in the sights and sounds between sessions and before/after the conference.
Having trouble selecting a session at DrupalCon? Can't decide between two? Help the GT Drupal community crowdsource the best sessions for GT Drupalistas to attend in Austin.
Below are some of the conferences and smaller 'camp' sessions that members of our Drupal community often attend.
Due to the unusual circumstances of this year, many conferences from March onward are being canceled or made online only. Known updates have been posted below, but always check a conference's website for the latest details.
This page details the Georgia Tech community efforts and plans for DrupalCon 2013 in Portland, Oregon.