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File Uploads

How to add files to a page on your website


Need to add a document to a page? The file types that you can add to your created content are: pdf, xls, xlsx, doc, docx, rtf, ppt, or pptx.

Step 1: Creating a Document Link


First, find the file upload section below the body text editor. It should look like this:

Screenshot of the file upload button

Images and Photos

How to add images/photos to any website content


Want to add a graph to a summary of your research? Or perhaps you want to add a banner to an announcement you've created? This tutorial will show you everything you need to know about adding images to your content. This tutorial is broken up into four parts: basic image uploading, adding alternate and title text, editing your image with WYSIWYG, and linking to your image. Let's get started!

 

News Articles

How-to create a news article on your website


Did someone in your department or laboratory just do something great? If your answer is "yes," then you want to create a news article.

Projects

How to create a project on your website


The project content type on Luggage is useful for showcasing research that your department has done. Listing grants and showing project start and end dates are some of the features that the project content type provides. Read this tutorial for more information about creating a project page.

 

Step 1: Creating Your Project


Using the menu bar at the top of the page, hover over the "Content" tab and select "Project" from the "Add Content" menu (Note: your menu may look slightly different):

Page Order

Order settings are used minimally on Luggage. There are only a few features that allow you to change the order: menu items, category items, and project pages. This tutorial will teach you how page order can help you organize your projects.

The page order field can be found near the bottom of your project page editor. If I create a new project, this is the value of the page order field that I will see:

Resources

How to create a resource on your website


In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a resource.  The resource content type is used for links that are off site.  A good example would be an on-campus program or organization that is affiliated with your department.  This negates the need for landing pages and allows for better tagging and categorization.

 

Step 1: Creating a Resource


Using the menu bar at the top of the page, hover over the "Content" tab and select "Resource" from the "Add Content" menu.

Your Public Profile

How to set up your public profile


In this tutorial you will log in and edit the profile that will appear on the new website. Before you start, please locate a digital picture of yourself (a head shot). You will use this image in your profile. The objective is to create an official web presence within the department. We can get this done in 6 easy steps, so let's get started.

Hero Expanded Blocks

Hero Expanded blocks are a great way to display a small body of text with a pleasing background. If you wish to feature an image with minimal text, consider using a Hero block instead. 

In this tutorial, you will learn how to edit Hero Expanded blocks. 

Hero Blocks

Hero blocks are an easy and attractive way to feature an image with the option to add a short caption. In this tutorial, you will learn how to edit Hero blocks. 

Menu Blocks

Menu blocks are a useful way to add small menus of related content to any page. These blocks are especially useful in situations where you would like a tertiary menu. In this tutorial, you will learn how to edit menu blocks. 

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