Basic HTML for Modules
<a class="Hyperlink" title="Google Web site" target="_blank" href="http://google.com">Google Web site</a>
Here are the parts:
<a - opening tag
class="Hyperlink" - This tells the system to use the default hyperlink style on the site styles for the link.
title="Google Web site" - This is the alt tag for the hyperlink
target="_blank" - This tells the hyperlink to open in a new window. Leave it out if you want it to open in the same window.
href="http://www.google.com" - this is the address for the link.
> - VERY IMPORTANT. Make sure you have this after the address, before the displayed text.
Google Web site - This is the text that is displayed instead of the address.
</a> - This part closes the hyperlink.
e-mail <a class="Hyperlink" title="Email Homeland Security" href=mailto:
Here are the parts you would use, similar to the hyperlink:
<a - opening tag
class="Hyperlink" - This tells the system to use the default style from your site styles
title="Email Homeland Security" - alt tag for the hyperlink
href=mailto:abc.civicplus.com - email address you are wanting this to go to
> - VERY IMPORTANT - Make sure you have this after the address, before the displayed text
Homeland Security - Text you want to display
</a> - This part closes the hyperlink
If you want to do a bulleted list in any module follow the following steps and use this code around your list:
Text text text about whatever the module item is talking about
<ul> <-- this tag opens an unordered (bulleted) list.
<li>First list item</li> <-- These two tags identify an item that needs a bullet
<li>Second list item</li>
</ul> <-- This tag closes the bulleted list
Staff Directory Biographies
When adding a photo AND a bio in the Staff Directory, use this procedure so the text will wrap around the picture.
Copy and paste <img src="link" align="right" alt=" alt text" hspace=5> in the bio box before any text.
Place the name of the person (or what you want as the alt text) in replacement of alt text
Put a picture in the normal way (insert image button, etc.), select the image and hit 'insert selected image'.
Copy the '/image' (image path) from the box below the buttons 'Insert Image' and 'Remove Image'.
Paste the image path as a replacement for the link.
Remove the image from the box by hitting the 'Remove Image' button.
Add the biography after this skeleton code and the text will wrap around the image.