Hi,

I'm helping a bar-owning friend with a simple site she can update herself.

http://oasisoncollege.com/home/

I'm trying to get this Drupal site to masquerade as a static site (no community plumbing... yet).

So far it's been an uphill battle. (Although the HTMLArea module is worth the price of admission alone!)

I want to be able to hide node titles, or at least remove the links.

And maybe add other pages (not stories). But how are they linked in once they're added?
(excuse my wiki-biased thinking)

Help much appreciated!

ThinSkin

Comments

Not sure how to hide node titles. but adding links check out menu on the fly module http://drupal.org/project/menu_otf and on your drupal site ... Log in as administrator then select administer > menus

http://www.econsultant.co.za

I think removing the links is a theme issue.
Try this for a quick how to guide.
http://support.bryght.com/adminguide/how-to/dynamic-web20-brochure-site-...

Also, you need to do something about the session id's your server is outputting. There are some posts in the forums that explain more.

You can build out all your stuff as Pages and then build a menu manually to link those pages. Make sure that things do not automatically promote to the front page. Turn on path module and it will look like a static site.

-sp
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Test site...always start with a test site.
Drupal Best Practices Guide

-Steven Peck
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Test site, always start with a test site.
Drupal Best Practices Guide -|- Black Mountain

THANKS FOR THE BRYGHT TIP!

The page is much better now.

I'm going to get other sections in there soon, now that it's so easy.

BTW, it may be non-ideal, but i hid the titles using CSS..

h2.title { display: none; }

Please see this thread: http://drupal.org/node/21479