Sample of Paragraph Types and other Styles

This is text that will be short introductory about a page. It ends up in the blue area at the top.

This is a Heading 2 headline

This is a Heading 3 headline

This is a Heading 4 headline

This is a Heading 5 headline
This is a Heading 6 headline

This is the Normal style for text. Some of the heading styles look the same. I have been using mostly Heading 3 for big headlines; Heading 4 for subheads; and normal for text.

All of this text in this section or the web page represents content is placed within the is the WYSIWYG editor. Use the WYSIWYG paragraph type for text blocks. 


Clean Text. Before applying styles to pasted in text, highlight all text and click on the cleaning icon on the menu bar. 
 

The track change tools are automated. If you do not want them on, click off the pencil on the far right. If you want to approve  all changes, chick the check mark on the left. The tools in between are for approving or rejecting incremental changes.  If you have started to edit and want to turn off track changes, you have to approve any changes first.

I Have Mostly Used H3 for Main Headlines

I Have Mostly Used H4 for Sub Heads

I used style H4 for subheads and put the text in all caps and bold when it was going to be hyperlinked

THIS IS also H4, but I used the bold attribute. I have used this style text that needs to be hyperlinked. LINK STYLE. It is all caps and Bold.

For Accordion, the headline field uses upper and lower text, but the individual listing items are in ALL CAPS. The content inside follows the Wysiwyg style above. 

This is the naming convention used for art on the AFCEA page

 Naming for images

Corporate Logos

CompanyName_logo_size.jpg

Event Logos

            EventName_logo_size_year.jpg

Branding Photos- Those that represent a concept and not a specific event or product

            Topic_Name_Category.jpg

                        Name if the individual is well known

                        Category, such as mil, industry, gov

Individual photos

            LastName_firstName.jpg

Section Title
Accordion
Accordion Items
Title
ITEM 1
Content

Notice ITEM s are all caps.

Title
ITEM 2
Content

more of the accordion look and feel

Media With Caption PT

Image
two people by afcea logo
Test picture of two people in a media with caption format
Image
military person at conference
This is a Quote Call Out. Quotes should be around 50 to 75 words so the boxes don't become too long. You can go longer, but they start to be a lot to read in a display type of paragraph style. I think most quotes could be edited down. This quote sure could be shorter.
Joe Cool
director, AFCEA

This is a Download PT . The names that show are the file names but I have requested they add a field so we can put in names for the public without changing the file names

Title of File Format
You Have A Place In AFCEA Brochure PDF Download

These will not be updated automatically. You will need to choose the stats you want to show and the timeframe between when you update them. All of the impact stats will be part of a block, so if you update in one place, all impact stats in the block will update at the same time. If you want to add these to a page, make sure you add the block, not just the PT.

100
This is on hundred
This is the text
200
This is two hundred
this is the second set of text
300
this is three hundred
third set of text
This is to be an automated pull on home page. Manual on events pages
wiki
test2
test4
test3
test5

Promotional Cards

Image
beach
BEACH PICTURE

This is a beach picture

You can include a list

And tell your story

Make lists same length

 

& much more

Image
Two people on stage
CONFERENCE PICTURE

This is a conference Pic

Photos optional

This is part of promo card

Make list same length

& much more

Articles with author headshot. Using filler content, but style not working either

Full width medium blue CTA
This is small navy blue call to action
Small Electric Blue CTA
The Cyber Edge CTA
  • cta title

Tags like these could be used above a photo to allow you to link to things. The only other way to put a link on a photo is to place it in a text box using the media placement tool

Image
awards
CTA title

 

 

 

Event Coverage

 

Managing editor clones a page from previous event coverage and changes the name to XYZ event year. 

Managing editor changes the image to one from event look files: 1350 X 500 size and puts the logo for the sponsor in sponsored area. 

 

Managing editor changes the photoraphy tag and the video tag to the generic Flickr accounts for AFCEA

Managing editor sets up a converage tag for the events

Writers use the convergence tag when they submit articles, they put that tag in the bottom of the article in the box called convergence. 

Note...we might want to turn off ad placement for these articles since there is a show sponsor

Once there is a flickr page or a youtube channel, those links need to be changed in the tab PT.

 

Twitter feed: You would go here (https://publish.twitter.com/#) and then enter what you want an embed of, then copy the code it gives you. Then in a WYSIWYG field, click the "source" button in the toolbar and paste the code (then you can click "source" again to go back to the standard WYSIWYG view). You can see an example of this here: https://test-afcea.pantheonsite.io/twitter-embed-page