Multipurpose Page

A multipurpose page is made up of 18 optional sections. Each section has a unique layout and set of features. A section will only display if content is entered into it, making the multipurpose page very flexible.

The eighteen sections are listed below in the order in which they display in a page. Though the template is flexible in that each section is optional, the sections are not moveable. They always display in the order shown here.

To browse the many display options, see our photo album of multipurpose page sections.

Multipurpose Page - Title

Title is required and displays on the top of the page.  The title determines the URL of the page (if left to use the default automatic alias).

Multipurpose Page - Introduction

This is the large area below the title with room for a headline and brief description.  It can have a background photo with or without an ampersand watermark.  

Multipurpose Page - Anchor Links

The anchor links are displayed horizontally directly below the introduction section.  When you click on an anchor link, it will take you directly to the specified section of the current page.  These are very useful if you have a very long page, si

Multipurpose Page - Main Content and Sidebar

This region is split between a main content area with a WYSIWYG toolbar and a right sidebar.  The right sidebar is optional.  If you use it, its background will be light grey and have an ampersand watermark.  It has options for a sidebar title, sl

Dotted Line

This section of a multipurpose page can be used to show relationships or to demonstrate sub-sections of a department. Some examples are provided below.

Multipurpose Page - Dark Callout

This region will display an image on the left and a slideshow of one or more callout text areas over a dark background on the right.  The primary dark callout title is static and will appear on the top of each callout text slide.  The text callout

Multipurpose Page - Call to Action

A region with optional title, description, and button.  You may choose a red, yellow, or blue background color.  The default background is light grey with an ampersand watermark.

Multipurpose Page - Spotlight

There are four spotlight options from which to choose: Default, News & Events, Static Image, or Full Screen Video.

Multipurpose Page - Full Screen Slideshow

This region has a WYSIWYG intro text and title section. You can choose from a red, dark, or white background color for the text and title area. Each image has a WYSIWYG image caption area that appears below each slide show image.

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