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Description: Standard Section Types

There are various types of Standard Sections to choose from.  For A, B and C options explained below: All will show using the full width of the web page. The text box can be set up to

Description: Combo Section Type

The Combo section allows you to have a background image with descriptive text over top of the picture, a separate text area below the photo, and a CTA (call to action) button for viewers to click and

Description: Text Section Type

section ... Text section is good choice if you want to continue with your general content from the body area, but want a bit of separation, or if you are continuing after inserting a different section or two

Description: Collapsible Group Section Type

clicked on one of the headings, the section will expand so you can see what is hidden: If you click on the arrow again, or click on an arrow for a different heading; it will collapse the

Description: Image Gallery Section Type

page. The border around the image gallery example below represents the “full width” of the page so you can see how the section will display.

Description: Collapsible Section Type

You can add a Collapsible section if you have content that is not applicable to all viewers of the webpage, but contains detailed information that some viewers will want to read.   For example

Description: Flex CTA Section Type

Flex CTA section type gives you a circle shaped cropped image with room for a description underneath and a CTA button that will allow viewers to click to open a new page or resource. CTA

Description: Callout Box Section Type

page border. This is a good section type to use if you have a smaller item that you want to stand out on the page. New events, seminars, or other types of Notices would work well in a Callout Box

Collapse the Section

section ... Once you choose to save the webpage, the sections will automatically collapse. Sometimes when you are finished working on a certain section, you might still need to make other edits to the page

Remove a Section

section ... If you decide that you no longer want a particular section you can easily remove it by clicking on the  Remove Section Type: … button NOTE: It is recommended that you review the section

Add a Combo Section

section ... There are a few areas to fill in with a Combo Section - Image, content, CTA button and display settings.  Each part will be explained separately. The first part deals with the Image you

Add a Flex CTA Section

section ... Flex CTA sections give you a cropped image with room for a description below and a CTA button that will allow viewers to click to open a new page or resource. When you choose this section type, you

Common Elements for Sections Setup

section ... When working with sections there are a couple of common commands that will be part of every instruction guide. These commands are explained below, but to save space and repetition; the ‘How To

Add an Image Gallery Section

section ... he image gallery should be the first option you see in the Section Type drop down list, so all you need to do is click the Add new Section button: There are a few fields that need to be filled

About Sections

section ... using sections is that the VIU Theme colours are already set up on most section types, all you need to do add your text and images as instructed. The menu items under Section Type – Descriptions will