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How do I edit this content in Drupal?

Posted on 2016-09-17
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I'm trying to help a friend out and I'm just now realizing that the content that needs to be edited is in Drupal. Never worked with Drupal and I'm hoping for some help.

Here's the page: http://www.sunriseorchidsociety.org/membership

When I go to the Admin page, this is what I see:

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I'm looking for some text or images or something and I don't see anything.

What am I missing?
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Hey, Dhara!

I've seen tutorials like these, but if you notice on my screenshot, none of the content is being displayed. That's my problem.
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Dhara!

I think it's a question of permissions. I did some digging and at this point, I think that's the problem.

thanks!
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