The Paragraph Components allows content editors to choose which kind of pre-defined paragraphs they want to place on the page and the order in which they want to place them.
List of Available Paragraph Components
The text component is also known as Wysiwyg (What You See Is What You Get) will allow content editors to edit content without touching a line code.
Display various types of content, with accordion-like behavior. Items in accordion groups will appear collapsed with only their titles showing. Clicking an item's title will expand and reveal its whole content.
A unique format to highlight important data on a basic page layout.
Schools and Divisions
This component allows a content editor to display other sub sites on their page in a unique format.
This works great for a content editor who manages a division sub site because they can now showcase all the programs within that division on their homepage.
A slider that allows you to display rotating images.
Breaker Image w/ Text
Promote your social media* by uploading a static image and linking to the social media platform.
*This is not a live feed feature
Multi-Layout allows a content editor to take a chunk of content and flow it into multiple columns, similar in a newspaper.
Example of 2 column layout
Example of 3 column layout
This component allows you to embed a document, spreadsheet, or presentation that you upload into a web page. A link to the original document is always provided at the bottom.
Vector Icon Set
The vector icon set component provides the flexibility to add a URL link to an icon on a web page layout. Icons are custom SVG files that reflect the CCNY brand created by the Office of Institutional Advancement and Communications. A content editor should reach out to Prem Nankoo or Seamus Campbell to set up the icons.
Please note, as a content editor, you will not have access to upload or select icons, but you will have the option to rearrange the icons, title, and link.