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Pages are the simplest content type and the most flexible, containing any combination of text, images, links and embedded videos.


  • Title: Required
    • Enter the actual desired page title when first creating the page. Don't enter titles like "Test Page" because the keywords in the title are used to build the URL (web address) for the page. Once created, the URL cannot be changed by the content editor.
  • Body: Rich text field
  • Image: Appears below site title and above page title
    • Minimum dimensions 1200px x 330px (increased with Release 2.14 - If you have a page that used this field prior to this release and your image is smaller than the new requirements, this will not break that display. If/when you edit that page, however, you will need to upload a larger version of the image, or a new one that meets the new minimums, to save your changes)
    • NOTE: The image is not simply a larger version of Mobile Image, but is distinctly wider
    • NOTE: You must upload both an Image and a Mobile Image in order for either to appear
  • Mobile Image: Alternate version of Image for viewing on mobile devices

    • Minimum dimensions 453px x 255px

    • NOTE: The Mobile image is not simply a smaller version of Image, but is distinctly narrower

    • NOTE: You must upload both an Image and a Mobile Image in order for either to appear

See Also:

Jump Pages

A Jump Page is basically a Page containing a series of related links. Remember to organize your content as clearly as possible for your audience. Long lists are hard to scan.


Proper use (tabular data)

For use when the intersection of a given row and column differentiate one cell from another, as in this example of Tuition Rates:

 Maine ResidentNon-ResidentNEBHE/CAN

Improper use (layout)

Images, bulleted lists, etc. should not be placed inside tables. It does not work for responsive sites, is not effective on smaller displays and can be problematic for people with visual difficulties or others using screen readers (i.e., Section 508 compliance).

Use the 'Float'

Use the 'Float' option to set an image to one side or another, allowing the text will wrap around appropriately (more info here).


Mobile Image:




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