Article and basic page content types

Hi I have an existing Drupal site which works the way I want but I wanted to add LMS functionality. Adding and configuring the Opigno modules to the existing site seems too complicated, so instead I thought I would get the LMS working, then add my existing content to the new site... I installed Opigno and noticed that there is no "article" content type, which is normally in Drupal. I would like to show a "news feed" underneath the default Opigno blocks. How do I do this? Also, I can't see an option to add a basic page (such as an "about us" page) or even a site contact form. Sorry if my question has been answered before, I'm quite new to Drupal and very new to Opigno :)

Hi Coolname (now that's a

Hi Coolname (now that's a cool name). You can go to `admin/structure/types`. This page will list all the content types of the site. At the top, you will see a link "Add new content type". Click on it. Now you can create a content type called "Article" and one called "Page". For the "News feed", you can create a new View. Go to `admin/structure/views` and click on "Add new View." Choose settings like filtering by a specific content type, page or block display, etc. Views is very powerful, but may take some time to get accustomed to. Check out [this tutorial]( to get started. Good luck ! Let me know if you need any more help.


Hi Wadmiraal That's great, got pages working straight away. I just needed a nudge in the right direction. Had a quick play about and got the news feed working too - I'll watch the tutorial now to see what else I can do... Thanks so much for your help!

Oh yeah... what about a site

Oh yeah... what about a site contact form? It's not really that important because I can just use a mailto: link

Go into modules (/admin

Go into modules (/admin/modules) and enable the Contact module in the Core section. Then go to /admin/structure/contact and it gives instructions about enabling it on your menu if you choose to.

Exact :-) You were faster

Exact :-) You were faster than me to answer :-)