My Drupal is Showing

I posted a personal finance management series and opened one of the pages, just to see it live. I clicked on an embedded link and it went to a locked page. I recognized the locked page. Long story short, the links I used were to a version that was dated in June 7th. I scheduled the pages to launch on June 12th, thus, apparently, changing the URL. Hence, I had to manually update all the embedded links.

Drupal is smart enough to know about a title change and direct the person accordingly. Heavy sigh. Another lesson learned about WordPress.com.

Published by Cindy McCourt

I wear many hats: author, website planner, Drupal consultant, instructional designer, trainer.

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