Drupal 7 is the supported content management system at UNT; version 6 no longer is supported by Drupal or UNT's IT Shared Services through the Central Web Support Department. This page is one of the UNT resources provided to help you upgrade, edit and maintain your department's website when you have no technical web developer on staff.
Most departments at UNT • Meet fellow Drupalists on the UNT-Drupal-Users listserv.
College of Arts and Sciences - IT Services
University IT Help Desk
University Recruiting, Communications and Marketing • Web Services
UNT System IT Shared Services Central Web Services
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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
More Lynda.com Resources: If you're interested in more information, here are some suggestions. First, get an account on drupal.org. That's the best way to start interacting with the community and learning more. Second, once you have your site installed start exploring modules. You can find them at drupal.org/projects/ modules. You will be amazed that how much they can extend core Drupal. Third, subscribe to Planet Drupal at drupal.org/planet.
That's the best way to stay in touch with what's new with Drupal. Finally, here are some other lynda.com courses which will extend your knowledge. Two, in particular, are good for Drupal knowledge. First is Drupal: Creating and Editing Custom Themes, which is terrific for teaching you all about the graphic design of the Drupal site. Second, there is Drupal 7: Reporting and Visualizing Data.
For help in creating compliant and accessible websites, visit UNT's Web Accessibility Policy 5.1.
Institutional Compliance Resource: Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and What It Means for Higher Education, by Martin LaGrow