Our Drupal websites
|pharmacy.ucsf.edu||Our main website and the source of syndicated content|
|pharmchem.ucsf.edu||The Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry website|
|bts.ucsf.edu||The Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences website|
|clinicalpharmacy.ucsf.edu||The Department of Clinical Pharmacy website|
|pharmd.ucsf.edu||The official site of the PharmD (Doctor of Pharmacy) Degree Program|
|pharm.ucsf.edu||Small lab, project, and center websites|
|Umbrella sites and sites for individual Graduate Division graduate programs administered by the School of Pharmacy. (These sites are not yet fully integrated into the School of Pharmacy Drupal technologies described in this help site.)|
In addition to these the school hosts or manages many other sites.
We attempt to provide an adequate visitor experience in all browsers. Editors should use Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox only. (We do not support or recommend editing your sites with Microsoft Internet Explorer.)
To log in to any of the above sites:
- Select the “Log in” link at the bottom of the page.
- Enter your UCSF MyAccess credentials.
If you have not been granted any permissions on that site, the only change you will see is that “Log in” is now “Log out.”
If you are logged in and your role is allowed to edit content, you will see a "New Draft", "Edit Draft", or "Edit" tab near the top of the page. Click that to edit the content.
Syndicated content types such as News, UCSF Person, Events, and Media Coverage are always entered on pharmacy.ucsf.edu and then sent via the Drupal system to the three department sites and PharmD.
Revisions and drafts
- "Basic Page", News, and Event content types all use a 'draft' publishing feature that allow you to make an edit, or multiple edits before making changes "live".
- These pages will show a yellow status box near the top of the screen when logged in, and show "View/Edit/New Draft" options in lieu of just "View" and "Edit".
- In some cases, a user may create/edit a draft, but is required to request publishing from an administrator. Otherwise the draft can be set to "Published" status when ready.
- Content without this functionality (no yellow box, view/edit only) will be immediately published upon saving!
On most editing pages and pop-ups, the "Save" button is at the bottom of the page.
Lag and caching
- Syndicated content can take 30 to 60 minutes before appearing on the destination sites.
- Logged-out viewing is heavily cached on the server. You may see an "old version" of a page for 30 to 60 minutes after editing then logging out.
- Sometimes browser cache can also delay your seeing changes.
- Don’t freak out! Give it an hour, then freak out.
Finding content items
- Published content can be easily located by URL, menu items, or by using the built-in site search.
- "My Workbench" (in the toolbar) provides access to both published and unpublished content, and has a convenient list of recent content you have edited.
File a ticket at our Website Support form.