This snippet creates a row with either a solid color background or an image background that can be used with List Spread Tout Buttons or a full-width statistic or quote. You could also do no content over the image. Text is automatically centered and white.
This snippet creates a row of gold or black circles or squares for statistic touting. The number or ranking part of the statistic goes into the shape and the remaining text appears beneath. The shapes could have background images instead of solid black or gold. The font color in the shape is gold on black or black on gold.
Snippets are inserted into an Editable Region to create styled widgets. From the toolbar, click the Insert Snippet icon. For each snippet you will enter certain content in the available fields (available fields are always white). Learn more about each snippet using the provided links.
To create a new page or section,
- From the Pages list view navigate to the folder in which you want to create the new content.
- Click on the green +New button at the top of the page.
- Select the type of item you want to create.
If you are creating a tab level folder that will not have a landing page, you should still create a new section, not just a folder.
A page includes several editable regions. A site’s homepage includes three editable regions and an interior page includes four. The editable region buttons are shown as green buttons on the page after you have clicked the Edit button in the Page Actions Toolbar. Additional Editable Regions can be found in the section properties files, discussed later in this workbook.
OU Campus has status indicators that help make clear why a page is not available for editing as well as who has checked out a page, scheduled an action, or if the page is in the process of a workflow. These icons are shown on many of the screens that display content lists, most notably the File Navigation sidebar, Pages list view, and the My Checked-Out Content gadget.
The checked out/in icon, represented by a light bulb, reflects the state of an OU Campus page or file. When a page or file is checked out no other users can make changes to the item until it has been checked back in. A page is automatically checked out to a user when they begin editing it.