Jan 30th release - What's new!

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stellina.mckinney
January 30, 2012
10:47am

The Drupal Gardens service was updated on Jan. 30th with the following new features and enhancements:

  • Crop, rotate, and resize images in the WYSIWYG editor

    Content editors can use the WYSIWYG editor to rotate, crop, and scale images on the fly. To learn more, see Crop, rotate, and scale embedded images.

    Image_crop2_0.png
  • Customize how comments are displayed

    Now you can sort comments per content type and customize commenting labels. For a YouTube-like comment experience, you can sort comments by ‘Newer first’ which also moves the comment form to the top of the comment stream. To learn more, see Customizing comments and sorting.

    Sort_comments1.png
  • Eliminate repetitive site administration tasks with bulk operations

    For Basic subscription plans or higher, save time and eliminate repetitive administrative tasks by extending your views with Views Bulk Operations. With this feature you can select multiple items in a view (e.g. content, users, media, etc) and click to bulk delete, bulk publish, and more. To learn more, see Applying bulk actions to view items

    View Bulk Operations example

  • Restrict access to your site's content to privileged users.

    For Professional subscription plans or higher, Drupal Gardens provides fine-grained access control to your site’s content using Taxonomy-based access control. With this feature, you can define access control rules describing which users (by role) can view, edit, or delete content. Then you can apply these access control rules to any content you want. Optionally, you can allow some users to see a teaser of the content, but then redirect them to another web page when they try to view the full version of content in order to upsell them or provide information about how they can get access to your premium content. To learn more, see Restricting access to site content.

    Content access permissions section

  • Updated Drupal core to 7.10, and updated the following modules:
  • Fixed the following issue:
    • The Update button on the Advanced > Custom CSS page was cut off at bottom. (DG-2078)

Status: Resolved

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