Heading 1 - General Styles

IMPORTANT: TEXT ONLY PAGES USE "TEXT CONTENT" PAGE LAYOUT
(Click on the gear icon at the top of the page to access the page settings)

Lead-In Paragraph: Write out your text then highlight it. In the text editor, click the STYLES button and choose "lead paragraph."

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Normal Font: Bold text italicized text subscript superscript. This is the default style for text on your site. When you create a new text block and start typing, this is the default text that will appear on the front end of your site unless you choose an alternate style. You can choose styles by clicking on the Paragraph Format button in the text editor (bottom row, second dropdown in from the left, it will say "Normal.") From there, you can choose a heading type or you can choose from various other styles like Lead Paragraph (displayed above), bold, italicized, subscript, superscript, numbered and bulleted lists, or blockquotes, all of which are sampled on this page.

Quote: Write out your quote and then highlight the entire text, including the name of the person being quoted. Bold the name. Click on the quotation marks icon in the text editor.

John Doe Marketing Director

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Bulleted and numbered lists can be created in any text block. Simply write out the list of items, highlight them and then click on the bulleted list icon or the numbered list icon in the text editor. The list will automatically add the numbers/bullets to each item.

  • Bulleted Item 1
  • Bulleted Item 2
  • Bulleted Item 3
  • Bulleted Item 4
  1. Numbered Item 1
  2. Numbered Item 2
  3. Numbered Item 3
  4. Numbered Item 4

Styling Images within Text

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Place your cursor at the start of the paragraph. Click on the Media button and choose your image. Once it appears in the text block, click on the image so it highlights, go to the Styles button in the text editor and choose either styled image left or styled image right. 

sample_image-d183f9240d.jpgStyled Image Right

Place your cursor at the start of the paragraph. Click on the Media button and choose your image. Once it appears in the text block, click on the image so it highlights, go to the Styles button in the text editor and choose either styled image left or styled image right. 


Use a horizontal line (as shown above and below this paragraph) to break up text on a page. Write out your text, place your cursor in the desired location of the horizontal line and click on the horizontal line icon in the text editor (bottom row, second button in from the right). 


A horizontal line will appear in Showtime to show you where you've placed it. Save.

Heading 4 - FAQs

FAQ lists are a great way to break up text within a page to make it more manageable for the reader. Click on the Add Content button and choose FAQs. Click Add New to start your FAQ list. Enter a title and use the free form description field for all of the information related to that title. That information can include descriptions or simply a link off to a page on the site that can provide the user with all of the information they need, which will avoid duplication of content on the site.

FAQ Style

Description information would go here. Use the text editor to style the content as needed. You can include links with the text to direct people elsewhere on the site. 

  • Bulleted Item 1
  • Bulleted Item 2
  1. Numbered Item 3
  2. Numbered Item 4

 

FAQ style that uses a title that is really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really long and might wrap to two lines.

This is an example of an FAQ with a very long title. 

Link Lists

If you have a list of items that you want to link, a link list is a far better alternative than simply writing the list out and linking within the text. Add the Links content item click the Add New button. The Title field is where you place the word that you want to represent your link, then enter the link in the URL field. The description field is optional. As shown below, bulleted and numbered lists are supported here as well as links within the text. Save.

Standard Spotlights

Spotlights are a fancy link list. They're a great way to incorporate images into the body of your text to make the page more interesting for the viewer.

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Spotlight with Image, Link, and Description

You can include bulleted and numbered lists within a spotlight and even a link within the text.

  • Bulleted Item 1
  • Bulleted Item 2
  1. Numbered Item 1
  2. Numbered Item 2

In this format, the image and title will be clickable. 

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Spotlight with Image, Description, and NO link

Spotlights don't always have to be used to tease new pages. They can be used as an alternate way to style static content on the page. If no link is entered in the link field, the spotlight image and text will no longer be clickable.