Content types

Standard types include pages, articles, events and places.

By and large Convivial is not concerned with defining a large number of content types which can suit any use case. We prefer to keep things as simple as possible, providing a handful of useful content types. New ones can always be added as requirements dictate.

Standard content types

Out of the box Convivial ships with the following content types


Use basic pages for your static content, such as an 'About us' page.

News and Media

Use articles for time-sensitive content like news and press releases or blog posts.

Blog article

Use for user created content.


Use Event for things which occur at a time and place.


Use person for employee profile creation.


Use person for employee profile creation.

Extend as you like

If you have the need for new content types, they can easily be added or extended.

Standard Features


Popular, modern, well supported, open source CMS.

Drupal Media

Easily manage and embed images, videos, tweets, documents and more.

Drupal Workflow

Customise how content flows through content creators and reviewers.

Drupal Content types

Standard types include pages, articles, events and places.

Drupal Taxonomy

Classify your content according to tag, category and persona.

Extensible Drupal

Use the power of Drupal to build the site as you like.

Drupal Forms

Collect and store data from your users.

Drupal Search

Search and filter content and media.

Drupal Responsive

Responsive grids and components mean that your site works on all devices.

Drupal Accessibility

Semantic HTML and sensible starting design aims for WCAG 2.0 AA compliance.

Drupal Speed

We aim to give your users the best client side performance.

Drupal SEO


Top notch on page SEO with semantic HTML, metadata and search engine sitemaps.

Drupal Integrations

Common services include Google Analytics and Salesforce.

Drupal testing

Deployment process prepared for easy implementation of test frameworks.

Drupal typography

Test page demonstrating components, layouts, modifiers and styles.