Introduction to Drupal
Drupal is Baylor's new web content management system, replacing the homegrown Baylor CMS. The system is open-source and supported by Marketing & Communications and ITS.
Drupal is a modern content management system, and you'll find it to be much more user-friendly than the legacy Baylor CMS. It is designed for a wide range of content managers, from writers with little technical experience to seasoned web developers.
All Baylor websites housed in Drupal are supported by the Digital Marketing Development team. If you're unsure who supports your website, please see the list of web consultants.
As you begin to learn about Drupal, please visit the pages in this section first. You'll find helpful information to answer introductory questions.
Tips and insights about how to use the Drupal CMS.
Learn how to login to your Drupal website.
Information about regular platform-wide updates.
Types of Pages
Understand the different page types.
Definitions for the Drupal workflow states for Draft, Published, Hidden, Unpublished and Mothballed.
URLs and Redirects
Learn how to customize a page's canonical URL and creating redirects to this page.