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October 26, 2020

Sample article

The summary field is displayed as the shortened (teaser form) of your article. This will show up, for example, on a listing page of articles. It should capture the essence of your article and ideally be two to three sentences.

Screenshot of the Find It Cambridge website

Find It Cambridge

Find It Cambridge needed their website updated and Drutopia provided the base. Then customizations were layered upon it.

March 18, 2021


It's been a long process, but finally the revamped site is ready. It's a standard Drutopia build highlighting what you could do with a Drutopia site for your organization.

November 9, 2020

What are “Skins” and how to use on your Drutopia site?

Skins are the variations of the presentation layer (or “theme” in Drupal lingo) that provides the look and feel of your site.

November 10, 2020

Getting started: Roles and user accounts

A key reason for using a content management system such as Drupal is to spread out the work of adding content to your site. Roles and user accounts make that possible.

November 10, 2020

Content type features

The Drutopia distribution is built in a modular way, so that you can turn on and use only the particular “features” or pieces of functionality that you want on your site. Learn about the content type features you can choose from.

November 16, 2020

Drutopia home page

Your Drutopia site comes with a home page that will pull in elements from various content types as well as custom blocks that you can customize.

Drutopia as SAAS (software as a service)

A hosted version of Drutopia means all you need to focus on is your content.

Custom distributions

Drutopia can be used as the basis for a customized distribution for a collection of related sites, such as chapters of an organization.

DIY Drutopia

If you're tech savvy you can also DIY Drutopia.