Update: goodbye Silva, hello Drupal – new CMS for the library website launching 7th November
By Robert Drinkall, on 2 November 2018
In early October, I published a blog post about the new Drupal version of the public library website going live the week of the 5th November. I can now confirm that the switch to Drupal will happen on Wednesday 7th November.
The new Drupal site has been created by running a script against the current website, which isn’t possible to do without some things not coming across quite right. Since the site was created, the Web Team has been working hard to check as many pages as possible before launch for errors, but because the library website is so large, you may find the occasional broken link or formatting issue we’ve missed, which needs correcting. If you do, please can you contact email@example.com with the details so we can see to the problem(s), for which thanks in advance.
In terms of training, we’re currently identifying some initial candidates for an ISD Drupal session, with the likelihood that further training will then be cascaded / taken in-house. This does mean that when the new site goes live next week, requests for content changes will initially need to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, rather than content owners being able to edit their own material, until training has taken place.
Finally, thanks again for your patience with the extended content freeze.
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