If you are a club secretary you can apply for a login so you can follow the instructions below. Without a login you can submit changes for the web team to implement on your behalf.
The basic information about Clubs that is used for listing them, and the UK club map, is entered as a new content type, similar to the Page content type, called Club. In the Drupal Admin page, click on Club in the Create Content area. If you don't have access to the Admin page then use the following link: http://www.britgo.org/node/add/club
The only major constraint is that if the Club meets at more than one location, then you will need to enter the club information multiple times, creating a new Club entry for each venue.
Multiple days per week and multiple contacts are handled automatically within a single Club entry.
A typical entry is (note that this is the display format - when you click on the Edit button you'll see it reformatted as a form):
Title: Anytown Wed, 09/02/2011 - 12:09 — JonDiamond Body: Meets weekly. Beginners welcome Meets: Friday 18:15 to about 22:30 Venue: Black and White coffee shop, Stone Street, Anytown Postcode: AT11 1GO Latitude: 55.167432 Longitude: -1.104740 Web site: http://games.groups.yahoo.com/group/anytown-go/ Contact: Andy Capp 01361-361361 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Region: South Active: Active
There's no need to create a specific URL for a Club entry - all Active ones will automatically appear in the Clubs List immediately and on the Clubs Map (http://www.britgo.org/clubs/map)
Note: These entries are NOT the same as the individual club websites/pages that we host, such as Oxford and Milton Keynes. These are held totally separately as Pages and edited in the normal way.
Clubs can also ask the BGA to host members' emailing lists on their behalf.
Log in to Drupal and then you will normally edit these entries by locating them on the Clubs List (http://www.britgo.org/clubs/list) and clicking on the name, then clicking on the Edit button.
When you've finished making your changes click on the Submit button. (It's probably a good idea to click on Preview to see if it looks OK first.)
If you want more pages than this single one, then you'll need additional permissions if you're going to edit them yourself. Contact the webmaster for help with this.
There are some other listings of the Club entries that are useful, mostly for maintenance purposes. Note:If you don't have the correct access level then you may not be able to view them all: