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Selecting a Page Type

Overview

Non-flex sites have three options, each with their own features. These include:

  • Faculty-staff bio page
  • One-column with menu
  • Two-column with menu

Objective:

You will learn how to choose a page type that suits your needs.

The Thing About Pages

All department/program pages have a left column that is separate from the main content.

Instructions

  1. Click on the folder where you want the new page to reside. (If you want your page to reside in the root of your site, click on “Base Folder.”
  2. On the blue menu bar above, click “New .”
  3. From the popup, mouse over “Pages.”
  4. Select one of the following page types:
Selecting a page type
  1. Faculty-Staff Bio
    1. Left column with menu, contact information, and social media sections
    2. Photo and directory information
    3. Fields for secondary title, areas of expertise, educational background and biographical information.
Example of a faculty-staff bio page
  1. One-Column - With Menu
    1. Left column with menu, contact information, and social media sections
    2. Main content area that spans the remaining space
    3. Ability to insert blocks above and below content areas
Example of a one column with menu page
  1. Two-Column - With Menu
    1. Left column with menu, contact information, and social media sections
    2. Sidebar area on the right
    3. Main content area that fits between the left column and the right sidebar
    4. Ability to insert blocks above and below content areas.
Example of a two column with menu page
Continue with Creating a New Page.
  • Access to either the training web site or as a web editor to your site.
  • Cascade: Basic I training
  • An idea of the desired layout of your page

Definitions:

  • Base Folder:  The root folder of your department/program site in Cascade.

 

Summary

Last Updated:

10/28/2015

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