Main Modules for Standard Pages

Use this page as a guide for working with modules in the main region of the standard page template.

The Accordion module provides a template to manage expandable / collapsable content areas. The structure of the module is simple and includes an outer container and one or more items. The items are the expandable content areas. Each item includes a title field and a rich text field.

Items can be rearranged within the Accordion group by clicking on the Item number on the left side of the template and dragging the Item to a new location. Items can be removed by clicking the minus button on the right side of the template.

The Embed Code module is used for advanced technical purposes only and is not relevant for managing typical content.

The Feature module provides a template to highlight interesting or important content. It can be used to link to stories, news articles or other pages. The module includes a title, a rich text content field, an image, and a choice of placing the image to the left or the right of the module.

The Image Intruder module enables an image to placed on the page, separate from media added within a rich text content field. This can be useful for adding visual interest or balance to text-heavy pages. The module is very simple and includes an image field and a left or right placement option. The image caption will display to the left or right of the image depending on the designated placement option.

The People module is used to add a list of PNW faculty and/or staff to a page.

The module references a central repository of people. This allows for contact and biographical information to be managed in one place, and displayed on pages throughout the web presence.

The module is simple to work with and includes a single field that allows you to select and order the people that display on the page. You can select individuals from an A to Z list, search, or use a taxonomy term to filter the list.

The Pullquote module is a simple template used to display a stylized quote. The module has fields for the quote and the attribution.

The Slideshow module provides a template for building an image gallery slideshow on the page. The module leverages default media library functionality. The slideshow can include images that already exist in the media library, or newly uploaded images.

The design calls for images in a 3:2 ratio, as noted on the module’s helper text. Captions are optional, and managed within the media library.

Images can be rearranged within the gallery by clicking on the number on the left side of the template and dragging the item to a new location within the gallery. Images can be added or removed by clicking the plus or minus button on the right side of the template.

The Social Links module is a template that offers a secondary method for adding social media icons/links to the page. Links/icons are added directly to the page and not reusable across other pages.

The module was implemented to support student groups with their own social media presence, separate from the primary channels managed by the university.

The module is simple to work with and includes a heading field and a field for one or more social links. The social icons are pre-built into the module.

The Split Column module is a template used to create two columns of content within the main content region.

The module includes a field for designating the width of each of the two columns within the containing region. Three options are available: 80/20, 50/50, and 20/80. 50/50 is the default option. 80/20 and 20/80 are useful when there is a need to pair text with an icon.

The Tabs module provides a template to manage content in groups of tabs. This is useful for displaying related content, or detailed and text-heavy content that otherwise would display on a long page.

The structure of the module is simple and includes a title and a rich text field for each tab. Items can be removed by clicking the minus button on the right side of the template.

The Table module references a central repository of tables. This allows tables to be reused across the site, but the primary benefit of this approach is that it allows PNW to leverage the TablePress plugin for managing mobile responsive tables.

Please contact the Marketing and Communications team if you need a table added to the TablePress inventory. Tables will include scrollbars for easier display on mobile devices. For simple tables Marketing and Communications can override the scrollbar by placing a special CSS class of table-no-scroll on the table.

The Testimonial module references a central repository of quotes. This allows for quotes to be managed in one place, and displayed on pages throughout the web presence. Testimonials have the same design as Pullquotes.

The module is simple to work with and includes a single field that allows you to select the quote to display from a dropdown that includes a search tool.

The Visual Editor (WYSIWYG) module is the primary tool for managing content on the page. It includes a rich text editor with a variety of options for formatting and displaying content.

See more information about working with the Visual Editor.