[Micronet] help with Drupal (easy question I hope)

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[Micronet] help with Drupal (easy question I hope)

Lawrence Huntley SWEET
Dear Micronet,

I need some quick help with Drupal, and my deadlines don't align well with the time I need to become proficient at it.

I'm trying to a new page to a "panel" with a tab="online"


new page to insert into "online" tab content = http://psychology.berkeley.edu/courses/psych-1-goes-online

Feel free to find humor in the fact that an accomplished developer has come to find himself "Druped". For Pride's sake, I will blame the deadlines. 

Thanks all,
Lawrence

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Lawrence Sweet
Research Software Engineer
Psychology Dept.
Room 3210, Tolman Hall #1650
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-1650
Phone: 510-642-5292; Fax: 510-642-5293



 
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Re: [Micronet] help with Drupal (easy question I hope)

Sean McMahon
Hi Lawrence,

I would take a look at how your content is ending up in the other tabs within the students/courses panel, i.e. how the content for "undergraduate" and "graduate" courses is being populated into those tabs, and do something similar with your "Psych 1" course content for the "online" tab. You may need to use a different content type for the online tab content, i.e. article vs. page, in order to get that content into the tab.

Hope that is somewhat helpful. Site looks great BTW.


On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 10:05 AM, Lawrence Huntley SWEET <[hidden email]> wrote:
Dear Micronet,

I need some quick help with Drupal, and my deadlines don't align well with the time I need to become proficient at it.

I'm trying to a new page to a "panel" with a tab="online"


new page to insert into "online" tab content = http://psychology.berkeley.edu/courses/psych-1-goes-online

Feel free to find humor in the fact that an accomplished developer has come to find himself "Druped". For Pride's sake, I will blame the deadlines. 

Thanks all,
Lawrence

--
Lawrence Sweet
Research Software Engineer
Psychology Dept.
Room 3210, Tolman Hall #1650
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720-1650
Phone: 510-642-5292; Fax: 510-642-5293




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