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Create a New Page
Click ‘Create Content' on the administrative menu. Click the name of the site you would like to add a page to. For example, to create a page in the Biology site, click 'Biology'.
Locate and Edit an Existing Page
There are two ways to locate and edit an existing page.
1. Navigate to the page you would like to edit. If you are not logged in, login using the link at the bottom of the page. Once logged in, click the ‘Edit' tab on the top menu (the tab will only be visible if you have permission to edit the page).
2. After logging in, click ‘Site Contents' under ‘My Account' on the administrative menu. Click ‘Contents for Site: <site name>', where <site name> is the name of the site containing the page you would like to edit. Locate the page you would like to edit and click the ‘edit' link.
Editing the Page
The first item on the edit page is the title. All pages must be given a title. By default, the title will also become part of the url of the page. For example, a School of Business page titled ‘About Us', would have a default url of
The rich text editor in Drupal is very similar to the one in the old CMS. It contains buttons to format text, create links, add photos, add tables, etc.
To save the page, click the ‘Save' button at the bottom of the page.