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Thursday, October 13 2016

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    To setup an identifier for  Google Tag Manager go to the menu gear on the left and click to open the options. Select "Variables".

    In the next window, select the Google Tag Manager tab. Click the link for "Sign up for GTM"

    To get started managing your tags using Google Tag Manager:

    1. Go to tagmanager.google.com to create a Google Tag Manager account (or to access an existing account).
    2. Create a container for your site or app.
    3. Enter an account name, optionally select the checkboxes to enable sharing data anonymously with Google and others and click Continue.

    1. Enter a container name when prompted in the Setup Container dialog. Select the container for WebiOS, or Android. If setting up a mobile container, select whether you're using the Firebase SDK or one of the legacy SDKs. Click Create.

    1. Review the Terms of Service and click Yes if you agree to those terms.

    From the generated code snippet copy and paste the "GTM-XXXXX" identifier to you settings screen in UnionHall

    Click "Save Google Tage Manager" button

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    The default Timezone setting for UnionHall websites is Eastern Standard Time (EST). You may need to change this setting for new content such as events. Navigate to the left menu with the gear icon to open the options.  Select "Variables"

    This will open the edit screen for general setting for your website. Select "Regional Settings".

    Select the dropdown menu for timezones.

    If your city is not listed choose the nearest city in the list that shares your cities timezone.

    Click the button to save the settings, do not click the red button to save timezone settings, that might cause you to loose other previously selected settings.

Wednesday, October 12 2016

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    You can embed code from Action Network in the sidebar of a page in your website providing you have the permissions to utilize the "Customize this page" feature. If you look at the set of icons in the lower right corner, you may see a buttin the a paper symbol on it.
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    You can embed code from Action Network in the sidebar of a page in your website providing you have the permissions to utilize the "Customize this page" feature. If you look at the set of icons in the lower right corner, you may see a button the a paper symbol on it.
     
    [[{"fid":"845","view_mode":"default","fields":{"format":"default","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":false,"field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":false},"type":"media","link_text":null,"attributes":{"class":"panopoly-image-original media-element file-default"}}]]
     
    [[{"fid":"845","view_mode":"default","fields":{"format":"default","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":false,"field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":false},"type":"media","link_text":null,"attributes":{"class":"panopoly-image-original media-element file-default"}}]]
     
    This puts the page into an edit mode where you can edit regions of the page. This feature is also called the "In-Place-Editor". In the region you want to add the content, click the button with the "+" symbol.
     
    This puts the page into an edit mode where you can edit regions of the page. This feature is also called the "In-Place-Editor". In the region you want to add the content, click the button with the "+" symbol.
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    You can embed code from Action Network in the sidebar of a page in your website providing you have the permissions to utilize the "Customize this page" feature. If you look at the set of icons in the lower right corner, you may see a button the a paper symbol on it.

    This puts the page into an edit mode where you can edit regions of the page. This feature is also called the "In-Place-Editor". In the region you want to add the content, click the button with the "+" symbol.

    Clicking the Add button with open a window with various types of content listed. We want to select "Add Text"

    A new window will open with a place to add the title and below that a WYSIWYG field for the text content. Select the "Full HTML" option in the drop-down.

    Go to your form you've created in Action Network and select the embed code you want to use.

    Mark the code and ctrl C to copy. Paste into the text window for "Full HTML"

    Add a title and click the "Save" button. You will be taken back to the page in edit mode. You must click the "Save as Custom" button to save the content in the page.

    Your page will be saved with the Action Netwotk signup form in the Sidebar.

Tuesday, September 27 2016

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    If your organization has accounts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Pinterest and Youtube you can customize your site to show the icons along the top banner. If your organization does not have account on these social networking sites the accounts belonging to your parent site will be inherited.

    To add your organization's accounts, you can follow these steps:

    First, ensure you are on your homepage, and click the "edit" button in the lower right menu.

    All you need is the name of the account to add it to your site. In the example, we will add the Twitter account. You can see the account name in the Twitter URL

    You have the account name for Twitter, and you've ensured you're on the homepage. After you click the "edit" button in the lower right, the form fields will open for your website. Click the "Social Properties" link.

    Now you're ready to add the account name in the field for Twitter:

    Any social networks where you have an account for your organization can be added here. Only the icons where you have the account name populated will show. Click the "Save" button when you are finished.

Monday, September 12 2016

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    1.1  Create Tier 1 and Tier 2 Spaces

    • Create a new Space (this will be Tier 1)
    • Create a Section in the Tier 1 space
    • Create a Subspace in the Tier 1 Space (this will be Tier 2)
    • Create a Section in the Tier 2 space with the same Section Type as the Section created in Tier 1
      • Note: syndication requires matching Section Types
    • Open the top left Open Atrium menu, open the Structure tab, and select Taxonomy

    1.2  Create Syndication Tags

    • Click add terms link in Syndication row

    • Add a tag name (e.g., "tag1") and click SAVE button

    • Create an Article in the Tier 1 Section, add the appropriate tag under Syndication, andclick the SAVE button

    • Edit the Tier 2 Space, add the appropriate matching Tier 1 tag underSyndication, and click the SAVE button
      • Note: on Tier 2 tag on the Space

    1.3  Manage Syndicated Content

    • Navigate to the Tier 2 Space. The Tier 1 Article will display.
      • Note: the URL structure for the Article will show that it has been copied to Tier 2
    • Content can be added above the Tier 1 Article content, but the Tier 1 Article content cannot be modified from within Tier 2
    • Editing the Tier 1 Article content will automatically update the Tier 2 copy of the Article
    • Unpublishing the Tier 1 Article will also unpublished the Article in Tier 2
      • Note: Deleting a higher-tier article will remove it from all subscribed tiers without the ability to retrieve it again 
    • Tier 2 copy of the article does not have the ability to add Syndication tags so that content cannot be further copied outside of the original syndication
    • Content cannot be syndicated across from a sites on the same tier level (e.g., from a Tier 1 site to another Tier 1 site)

Monday, August 29 2016

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    In order to access the menu management page you will need to navigate to Admin>Structure>Menus.

    Then you will be redirected to the Menus page where you will be presented with the areas where you can add menu items. In order to do so you will need to click on the add link button next to the area you would like to add the menu.

    For the purpose of this tutorial we are going to add a link to the Main Menu section. Once you click on the add link button you will be presented with the menu creation page. There you will need to configure the Menu link titlePathDescription and few other options.

    Once you are done with the configuration please click on the Save button at the bottom of the page.

    On the next page you will be able to configure where the menu item you have added should be placed in the order of the main menu. The interface on the next page is relatively simple and you will be able to drag-and-drop the menu item to the position you would like to.

    We have moved the link to the first position in the menu before our Discussions link and here is how the link look like in the menu.

    Edit the Menu Sections Links

    In order to edit the order, delete a menu item or edit a link information you will need to click on the edit menu link next to the menu section you would like to edit the links for.

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