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Here's some information about the process of updating existing pages, creating new pages, and style guidelines. If you have questions about your updates, need to request a change be accepted, or for general web- and Drupal-related questions, please email

View the UGS Style Guide

Logging in to Drupal

Go to and login with your UT EID and password (to access, always use https:// in the URL).

How to Request Changes 

Each time you edit or create a page in Drupal, you must send an email to in order for your changes to appear. We will not accept any changes until you email us and say your changes are ready to be published. We can usually accept your edits within a day or two, but if it must be published sooner, please say so in your email.

What Drupal Contributors Can Do

Though some aspects of page editing are limited for contributors, a large portion of Drupal updates can be handled by your office's desigated Drupal contributor (or, as they're known in the dean's office, Drupalistas). 

Drupalistas can

Edit an Existing Page
To edit an existing page, visit the page and click the "New Draft" tab. Make the necessary edits, log a Moderation Note at the bottom, and save as Needs Review. Email to publish the edits.

You can also upload documents and photos directly to your content page using the File Download box or the Image or CTA box when you're editing a page.

Drupal Style Sheet

What UGS-CMS-Admin Can Do For You

You must email to

  • Publish changes you've made to existing pages
  • Publish events, student and faculty profiles
  • Create new content pages 
  • Edit the left navigation menus
  • Change information in the headers and footers on your pages
  • Make changes to programmatic information included on the main UGS site or program-specific home pages 

In Need of Larger Web Edits?

Submit a request to Reorganize or Add Web Pages.

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