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A Google calendar can be easily embedded into your Drupal site. Before doing this, though, you must have an available Google calendar. To create a Google calendar, please refer to Google's Calendar help instructions. After creating a Google calendar, just use the instructions below to embed it into your Drupal site.
If you happen to notice a pink colored background behind your content and it is not part of your site's theme, this is most likely due to the state your content is in. Draft content, content that is in process and only viewed by logged in site members, will display with a pale pink background.
To change this, you must publish the content.
Revision tracking, by default, is set to be used on an as needed basis and can be toggled into action directly from your node.
If a menu item doesn't appear after you have created one, there are two possible reasons why it won't show. Either the menu item was put into the wrong location or the node is in an unpublished state.
The Page content type is a standard, simple to use Drupal content type. It is suggested that the Page content type be used for static content - this is content that doesn't change much over time.