Latest articles and Revisions
Forums allow members to discuss topics with one another, that are relevant to clubs aims. The results of these discussion can be then be archived for future reference.
Topics, for discussion are posted to a forum. The initial post "kicks off" the discussion to which members can attach their thoughts and comments, to form a threaded discussion, It works a bit like a Question and Answer session. Inevitably any given topic may provoke further questions, and so a forum can be divided into a number of sub topics, which discuss a specific aspect of the main forum.
Creating a new Drupal menu
There may come a point when a menu has become to large and unwieldy to manage and needs to broken into a number of smaller sub menus. Each chunk in the original menu then has to be moved to its new menu location
This procedure is for administrators only
About the Southend theme
The theme currently being developed on the web design section of the Drupal SoSLUG site is called, not surprisingly, Southend. (see menu, Networking > Web design).
While this may appear to be part of the SoSLUG site, its actually a separate site, which is being used as a test bed for the ideas and changes members wish to make. At some point these changes will migrate across to the main site. In the meantime, by comparing the two, you can judge for yourselves, whether the changes are positive or not.
Single menu or separate section menus
There are essentially two options,
Why use the taxonomy manager module
The two main advantages of the taxonomy module are