Template documentationuos LHSHalfWidthFeatureLnk

Please note: You must add the template 'uos MasterLHSandRHS' before using this template otherwise the content will not display.

This template allows you to add two equal grey boxes to the page.  They can be used for smaller features or to highlight other areas of the site.

Please note: You must add the template 'uos MasterLHSandRHS' before using this template otherwise the content will not display.

Template fields

Name - This is a mandatory field. You must give the template an appropriate name that corresponds with your content e.g. Science two box links. The name is not shown on the live web page.

Title - This is optional. The title will appear above the two boxes. Type a suitable title - relating to the story/feature to which the template is linking to - into the box. This is the title that will appear on the live web page.

Summary - This is optional. You can have a paragraph of text appearing above the two grey boxes. Enter your summary into the HTML box. Aim for a maximum of 200 characters in your description. Ensure that you put your text into paragraphs by highlighting your text and selecting Paragraph from the Format drop down menu.

image n - This is for the image that will appear next to your title and summary. Click on Select and search the Media library for the image you want to use. It must be 300x300 pixels.

header n - This is the heading for the left hand grey box. Enter an appropriate title

body n - This is where you enter the main text you want in the box. Enter you text and style it using the WYSIWYG editor.

URL n - This field is used to link the text and image to a page within the website. To do this, click on Select. Then using the site structure navigate to the page you want to link to and click on it.

URL-alt n - This field is used to link the text and image to a page within the old Strathclyde website or to an external website e.g. www.bbc.co.uk. Do not use this field to link to pages with the current Strathclyde website. To add a link just enter the full URL of the page you want to link to including http://.

Working example

Labelled example

Title

Summary