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Le 2010-10-22 18:39, Bernhard Dippold a écrit :
Marc Paré schrieb:
Le 2010-10-22 17:09, Bernhard Dippold a écrit :

elieve Drupal offers everything listed above and on the wiki

Please try - I didn't find the button to add a link either. This might
be a minor bug, but it is crucial for the work of our teams.

Best regards


Try it now. It is working.

Right, the link is now active. Didn't know why it has been hidden
before. But it only links to anchors on the page or to URL.

Christian requested internal / relative links to other pages on our
homepage. Do we need to use static links instead if we want to work on

I added the "Marketing" page. I had never worked on Drupal (I use Zikula
sites) and it took a total of 40 secs to cut/paste to add the page.

It took me much more to find it, because it is not linked from the
navigation. ;-)

Best regards


I work with Zikula CMS, which is not that popular, but this I know that the WYSIWYG editor is usually set by the Admin and the Admin will best determine what functions are available to the user.

I imagine that Drupal, which is by far the most popular CMS, has the same options that I would have with Zikula. If there is a function that is deemed necessary for user, then it will be added by the admins.

I don't think that a demo should have all of the features active when it was thrown together in so little time. It is not work messing up your server space with potential hacking.

Common sense will show that missing functions can be included.


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