There are several assets created and maintained by University Marketing and Communications, described below, that can be used on your website. As the data included in these assets changes, we will update them and the updated information will automatically update on any pages where the asset is used. Check back as this list gets updated as new assets are added. Suggestions for new assets can be sent to email@example.com. These assets will all begin with [Global].
Assets are pieces of content that are saved in a central location that can be used on multiple pages or in multiple sites. If the asset content is changed that change is applied to all pages using it.
You can upload files to the CMS in order to link to them on a webpage. Types of files you can upload include audio, video, PDFs, Microsoft Office files, and more. These files have a size limit of 1GB each. After uploading, you must publish the file.
This process should not be used for images. Instead use the Image Editor sidebar gadget.
All images are created in the CMS using the Image Editor gadget. You can crop specific sizes using the gadget, insert the cropped images in pages, and replace existing images. The image editor will automatically publish the images. Make sure the image that you’re uploading is less than 8,000 pixels tall/wide and under 25 MB so that it is able to be used in the editor.
This snippet has been replaced with the Accordion Snippet.
This snippet creates a space for adding content in the right sidebar with no additional special formatting. In the example below, the CpE Program section is a Sidebar Right: Box snippet and the ABET logo and bottom text are in a Sidebar Right: No Box snippet.
This snippet creates a shaded sidebar with a border and highlighted heading area.
This snippet creates a layout with an image or an image and text on the left and heading/text on the right. You can choose whether or not to wrap the text on the right around the left content and whether or not to include a horizontal rule on the last item in the snippet.