Interested in a UTM Drupal site?
- Request a website
- If you would like a UTM Drupal site, send your request to the Office of Communications by contacting web content support.
- The Office of Communications can also assist with content strategy, best practices on how to present information, and ways to get the most out of your site.
- Request editor access
- To request access, have an existing content editor or approving manager submit a ticket to ServiceNow, providing the individual's UTORid and the URL of the site they need access to.
Learn the Terminology
Familiarize yourself with some of the terms used throughout this guide.
Instructions and information on how to access your website.
Familiarize yourself with the the administrative tool bar. It is your means to navigate through the administrative sections to edit and manage your website.
See Administrative Toolbar for details
Learn the content types, tools, and blocks available to help create your content.
See Manage Content for details
Learn the components such as custom blocks, taxonomy, and menus available to help structure your content.
See Manage Structure for details
Learn how to manage settings and see information regarding your site.
See Manage Configuration for details
Learn tips on how to ensure your subsite is accessible or AODA compliant.
See Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) for details
Join the CMS-UTM-L Mailing List
Join the listserv by going to Manage > Configuration > Site Details and clicking Join the CMS-UTM-L mailing list under Helpful links.
Alternatively you can subscribe by sending email@example.com an email with a blank subject and the body containing:
OPTIONAL: You can also set your name by optionally adding your first and last name to the message. Example:
subscribe CMS-UTM-L Firstname Lastname