MultiEdit Content

The Properties button in the Page Actions Toolbar near the top of the page contains information about the page. You must have the page checked out to you to see all the options.

MultiEdit Content is where you will set up the header image if you have turned it on in the Parameters. Select the MultiEdit Content option from the left menu in the Properties screen or by using the MultiEdit button at the top of the page edit screen.

In order for the image or video inserted here to show up you must select a Header Image Parameters option from the Page Parameters screen.

Screen shot of the MultiEdit Content screen.

  • Media Type: Choose from
    • Image Only
    • Text Over Image—a darkened box will be displayed over the image with the content in Media Title as a heading and the content in Media Content below it.

      Screenshot of a webpage using the text over image media type.
      An example of a hero layout with text over image.

    • Text Popup—a circled “i” icon will appear in the lower right of the image with text entered in the Media Title field shown next to it; when clicked a popup will open showing the text entered in the Media Content field.
      An example of a webpage using the text pop-up media type with the pop-up closed.
      An example of a page using the text pop-up with the pop-up closed.

      An example of a webpage using the text pop-up media type with the pop-up open.
      An example of a page using the text pop-up with the pop-up open.

    • Video/360 Image—the video or 360 image, whose YouTube or Flickr ID or URL is entered in the Video ID/ 360 Image URL field will appear in the header image location. You should still insert an image as well.
      An example webpage using the video media type.
  • Header Image: For all Media Types, click the image icon next to this field to select the image that will be used when the page is shared on social media or the video is unable to display. Crop a Banner image type with the Image Editor and insert the largest size that was created. In order to avoid a pixelated image, the image must be at least 800 pixels wide for a Sub-Banner, 1024 pixels wide for a Banner, 1200 for a Feature, and 1600 for a Hero. When the Slim Header Image Type is selected on the Parameters screen, the center of the image will display in the shorter image area.
  • Image Description: Alt text. This should be a description of what is in the image. It is used by screen readers to describe the image to the user.
  • Media Title: If you selected Text Popup, enter text in this field that will display next to the circled “i” icon. For Text Over Image, content entered here will be the large (H2) size. You can also use this field to display a title in a caption for the Video/360 Image option.
  • Media Content: Enter content that will be displayed over the image if you selected the Text Over Image Media Type or in the popup if you selected Text Popup Media Type. You can also use this field to display a description in a caption for the Video/360 Image option. You can include links, bullets, and other formatting in this field.
  •  Text Over Image Location: For a Media Type of Text Over Image, select an option for where the text will display on the image.
  • Video ID/360 Image URL: If you selected the Video/360 Image Media Type, enter a YouTube video ID or URL for the video that will be displayed in the header image location. To use a Flickr 360 image, enter the Flickr URL which can be found by clicking the image download icon, right click on the Large option and select Copy Link Location.

Save your changes.

Remember, you must also make a selection in the Header Image Parameters section on the Parameters screen in order for your image to show up. If you are using a Media Type of Video/360 Image, you should also insert an image in the Header Image field, along with an Image Description, that would be used when the page is shared on social media or the video cannot load.


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