This post will show you how to create and style tables on loyno.edu using Drupal.
Create a table
Click the Insert/Edit Table button on the toolbar, as shown in the screenshot above (1). Doing so pops open the Table Properties window. In here you can toggle a few settings for your table. The only ones you need be concerned with are Rows/Columns (2) and Width (3). The other settings will not take effect no matter what you choose.
Forms on loyno.edu must be constructed in a certain way so appropriate styling is applied. There are a number of CSS classes which can be used to achieve a desired form layout. This blog post will explain these classes and show examples of use.
To see a variety of sample forms, visit our demo page.
- The majority of styling applied to these forms is contained in the file forms-v2.css (uncompressed version: forms-v2.src.css), so that file must be called in the head of the HTML page. There are also some minor dependencies on other stylesheets, such as reset.css.
- Each form tag must be given a class of default.
Selected deans and vice presidents have been authorized to use the HTML E-mailer system. Please review the university’s policy on mass e-mails to learn more.
To begin, go to the following web address:
A login will be provided to each college and division based on who is selected to manage that college or division’s html e-mailer system. That individual will be sent an e-mail providing them with a username and a password.
Pack Snaps is the new Loyola photo blog where we post the best photos we find in our archives. Below we outline the steps for submitting photos to the blog.
1. Log In
You can log in from the following URL:
If you do not already have a user name and password, please contact the Web Team (email@example.com). Be advised that only certain Loyola staff members will be permitted to post photos to the blog.
Once logged in, make sure you are on the Pack Snaps admin. The appropriate tab should be highlighted at the top left of the page.
The University Webteam held a Photoshop Tutorial on Friday, October 31, from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Staff members from the following departments were in attendance: the Office of Public Affairs, the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid, the School of Mass Communication, and the Loyola Institute for Ministry. Web Designers Niall Doherty and Jacee Brown presented essential tools for improving web photos using Adobe Photoshop. The concepts covered in the tutorial included cropping photos, adding text, and resizing images.
Here we present what was covered in the tutorial.