Your website is the most important marketing and information channel for our primary audiences. As such, your website plays an important role in advancing and supporting the Lafayette College brand.
The Hermione theme features five page content sections, including:
Each section offers a number of different components to display and highlight information and media.
The Department Page Content section is where to upload a header image for your page. It offers an option to display a short header.
Page Content section contains the title, intro, and content fields. Content added in this section will display at the top of the page and before all other content added to the ‘In-Content Callouts’, ‘Sidebar Callouts’, and ‘Full Width Callouts.’ Add content by filling in each block.
In-Content Callouts contain the majority of page components. To chose a component for your page, simply click on the blue “Add Content” button at the bottom of the In-Content Callouts section and pick a callout type from the pop-up menu. Each callout consists of multiple fields that you will fill in with your information and images. Most callouts allow a choice of color themes.
Sidebar Callouts are reserved for flexible buttons and a button that links to the campus calendar.
The Full Width Callouts section contains components that will appear at the very bottom of the page. They fill the full width of the browser window and contain blocks to input information such as announcements, galleries, contact info, and social media among others. Click on the blue “Add Content” button on the bottom of the section to access a pop-up menu to pick a callout type.
For consultation on manipulating images, contact the Communications Division or visit web.lafayette.edu.
There are 22 different In-Content Callouts. They are shown below as they will appear in your browser. The Lafayette Web Style Guide PDF illustrates the WordPress admin area for each component.
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There are 8 Full Width Callouts. They are shown below as they will appear in your browser. View this PDF if you’d like to take a look at the WordPress admin area of each component.
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