Behind the scenes - Sector module configuration and settings
Sitebuilders and developers familiar with Drupal will find it easy to use Sector. The Module configuration and settings collection introduces you to configuration and settings for Sector modules and entities.
In Sector, we use taxonomies as filter criteria, to add metadata, and to label content - as well as for some magic behind the scenes. This guide introduces the taxonomies concepts and explains what each of the taxonomies do.
Drupal allows sitebuilders to create structured content types for a wide variety of use cases - without code. The Sector Starter Kit includes four base content types. Additional content types are available as Sector add-ons.
The Drupal permissions and user roles management governs user access to both sitebuilding and editorial tasks. The Sector Starter Kit includes preconfigured user roles, users, and permissions that can be used as-is or easily adjusted to support your specific workflow.
The Sector Starter Kit includes preconfigured user roles, user profiles, and permissions, and out of the box, the ability to create, add, edit, or delete users is only available to the Drupal sitebuilder role.
Sector Media aims to minimise the number of Media contribution modules and to rely on Drupal core Media features as far as this is possible based on the progress of the Drupal Media in core initiative.
Drupal text formats provide additional security and filters for your text content. The Sector text format configuration adjusts the existing text formats and adds additional formats to cater for common use cases.
Even though HTML metadata is not displayed on your site, it is used by search engines, social media platforms, and other web services. For the Sector Starter Kit we have preconfigured a few basic settings to get you started.