The New CMS Offering at UCR

Acquia Cloud and Drupal

Information Technology Solutions (ITS) and University Communications (UCOMM) have partnered to bring Drupal and Acquia's Site Factory service to campus. This platform seeks to provide a more robust, feature-rich, easy-to-use web solution to eligible sites across campus. This site is your Resource Guide to all things Drupal.

Request a Site

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There is a new on-boarding and oversight process when requesting a site that involves a Site Factory Manager. If you need to move your site into Drupal or need a brand new site within our CMS, more details are located on the Request A Site page.

Request a Site

Launch a Site

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Are you ready for your ACSF site to be launched, using a *.ucr.edu domain? First, take a look at our Pre-launch check list on the Request Site page and then use the below form to request to launch!

Launch a Site

Workshops

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Bring your questions to our open house workshops! These workshops are held every third Thursday of the month!

Workshop schedule

"How To" Guide

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This is the one stop page to find all the "How To's" for UCR's Drupal offering. 

Training Outline

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Changelog #16 - April 6 2019
April's update to the Drupal content management system took place on Saturday, April 6th. This push includes several bug fixes and a change to a CAS related module. The University Communications approved CNAS Theme has also been added as a selection but should be used with caution as it is in "beta".  Bug Fixes Info Card Link -…
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Changelog #15 - March 16 2019
March's update to the Drupal content management system initially took place on Saturday, March 9th. This push was rolled back due to an error and the release was rescheduled for March 16th, 2019. This push includes a feature enhancement and a new custom block to the campus sites using the default profile. Additionally, Inside UCR…
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Changelog #14 - February 9 2019
February's update to the Drupal content management system includes bug fixes, WYSIWYG enhancements, a sticky navigation option, and a new content type. On Saturday, February 9th, these new features and enhancements were added to campus websites using the default profile. A workshop on February 21st will be held to present these…
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