Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of communications-workflow


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Jan 18, 2016, 11:05:41 PM (4 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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  • communications-workflow

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    1515Almost all content starts on our CiviCRM site: https://outreach.mayfirst.org/ (running Drupal/CiviCRM).
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    17 We pull in content from many of our members via RSS, which is automatically imported to the site as Articles.
     17We create original content by adding new Articles to the site.
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    19 We can also create original content by adding new Articles to the site.
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    21 All articles added or automatically imported must be designated with a language setting (spanish or english). Each blog that we pull in is pre-configured with a language setting, so they are set automatically.
     19All articles added must be designated with a language setting (spanish or english).
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    2321You may also translate any article from english into spanish or vice versa. You may publish articles in just one language, but whenever possible it is preferable to create an article in one language and then translate it into the other language.
     
    2927=== Publishing to the web site ===
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    31 All articles added to https://outreach.mayfirst.org/ will automatically appear in the center column of the News section of our home page (Member News). They will either appear in the spanish or english version of the site depending on their language designation. These articles will "scroll off" the page as new articles come in. They are not permanently saved on our web site.
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    33 All articles that have the tag "news," however, will be appear in the left column of the News section of our home page (MFPL News) and will be permanently added to our web site. You can add the "news" tag by editing any article on https://outreach.mayfirst.org/ and adding it to the tag field.
     29All articles added to https://outreach.mayfirst.org/ will automatically appear in the left column of the News section of our home page (MFPL News) and will be permanently added to our web site.
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    3531In addition, you can add the tag "callout." The web site will print the title of the most recently edited article with the tag callout over the main picture on the home page and in the sidebar of all internal pages. 
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     33In addition, we pull in via RSS feed many of our members news (which appears in the center column). You can add feeds by editing the config-en.toml or config-es.toml configuration files for our web site.
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    3735=== Publishing via email ===