This page is one of the UNT resources provided to help you upgrade to Drupal 7, edit and maintain your department's website when you have no technical web developer on staff. Drupal is built, used and supported by an active and diverse community of people around the world. Note to CLASS and CoS Members: Drupal assistance for College of Liberal Art and Social Science and College of Science is available through Michele Hindman or Cyrus Haskell.
Learning Drupal through UNT Training
UNT Drupal web developers from the URCM, academic areas and AITS are part of the cadre of teachers who volunteer their time to conduct training sessions for full-time staff members. The classes are coordinated by University IT. Check the Drupal Calendar for upcoming clinics or training sessions.
Learning Drupal through UNT's LyndaCampus
Drupal 7 Essential Training, beginner level
HTML Essential Training, beginner level
Cascading Style Sheets Fundamentals, CSS, beginner level
Introducing PHP, server-side language used to build dynamic websites, beginner level
For help in your website, visit UNT's Web Accessibility Policy 5.1.
30 Web Accessibility Tips, download PDF
Web Accessibility and Universal Design
Institutional Compliance Resource: Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and What It Means for Higher Education, by Martin LaGrow