Last updated December 4, 2012. Created by bonobo on June 15, 2012.
Edited by kellyo. Log in to edit this page.

When installing Julio, you have an opportunity to choose which sets of features you want to enable for your site. However, you can always go back and change your mind about what elements you'd like to turn on and off.

Enabling and Disabling Feature Sets

To edit which of Julio's features you'd like to enable for your site, start at the Admin Dashboard:

  1. Under Admin Quick Links, click on "Enabled Functionality".

    Julio - Link to edit Enabled Functionality

  2. On this screen, you'll see a list of all the feature sets that make up Julio.

    Julio - Feature Sets

  3. To turn a particular feature set on or off, click the checkbox to the left of the feature set, scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save Configuration.
  4. After your changes have been saved, click the Home button to view your updated site.

A Brief Description of Feature Sets

Below are details on what each feature sets governs and, more importantly, what happens if you turn them off:

  • Admissions - governs the predefined user group called Admissions. Turning it off removes the user group from the site. Any Admissions content will remain, though it will not be associated with a user group.
  • Announcements - governs all Announcement content. Turning it off removes the Featured News section on the homepage, as well as the areas in the site's sidebars that list recent news items. Disabling the feature set will not delete Announcements, but they will no longer be automatically linked in user group sidebars.
  • Athletic Teams - governs the predefined user group called Athletics. Turning it off will not disable the Team user group type, but it will remove the Athletics user group, so any Team user groups will not be automatically added to your site's navigation. Any Athletics content will remain, though it will not be associated with a user group.
  • Calendar and Events - governs all Event content, as well as the Calendar feature on the front page.
  • Clubs - governs the predefined user group called Student Life. Turning it off will not disable the Club user group type, but it will remove the Student Life user group, so any Club user groups will not be automatically added to your site's navigation. Any Student Life content will remain, though it will not be associated with a user group.
  • Departments - governs the predefined user group called Academics. Turning it off will not disable the Department user group type, but it will remove the Academics user group, so any Department user groups will not be automatically added to your site's navigation. Any Academics content will remain, though it will not be associated with a user group..
  • Galleries - governs all Gallery content, except the homepage slideshow (see next feature set). Turning it off removes all sidebar links to user group galleries across the site. Disabling the feature set will not delete Galleries, but they will no longer be automatically linked in user group sidebars.
  • Slideshow - governs the Homepage slideshow specifically. Turning it off will remove the homepage slideshow from your homepage. The slideshow will not be deleted, but it will no longer be displayed anywhere on the site.
  • Staff Directory - governs the automatically populated Faculty and Staff directory. Turning it off will not delete any user information, it will simply disable the directory pages.

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