How Do I
- How Do I Add Multi Content 2
Adding this layout to any page on your site provides a way of linking to up to 3 different pieces of content. The first item will have the largest display and show an image, a title, a brief summary and a link to the rest of the item. The second and third items will be slightly smaller and do not display any image.
- How Do I Add Multi Content 3
The Multi Content Display 3 is an alternative to using a carousel. Adding this layout to any page on your site provides a way of linking to up to 4 different pieces of content. The first item will have the largest display and show an image, a title, a brief summary and will link to the rest of the item. The second, third and fourth items will then display underneath slightly smaller.
- How Do I Add a Shared Component
The Shared Content function will allow site admins to draw in specific pieces of content; that the CMS Support Team provided and manage. This is for use with such pages as the Accessibility Statement. Content that admins currently manually update can now be added through the RTE; this will then automatically update when the content is updated within the CMS Support Site.
- How Do I Create Categories
The CMS enables you to create a hierarchy of categories, and then assign content items to one or more of those categories. By categorizing content, you can create unique indexes, or collections, of content items that you can use throughout various sections of your site to highlight content. In addition, It offers a built-in category filter as a display object that site visitors can use to drill down to content that might be of interest to them.
- How Do I Add Tags and a Tag Cloud
You can add a Tags to your pages in the Publish tab of the page, these tags will then work with the Tag Cloud Navigation Plugin. The tag cloud is placed on a parent page and then shows all of the tags that are one the child pages. The tags most in use will appear larger, users can then click on any of the tags and be shown all of the items that have that been tagged with that term.