CREATING A POST
ARTS WEBSITE GUIDE
Information on how to get started with creating a post and tagging.
1. Most of the tabs are self-explanatory.
2. Important notes on creating a new post:
a) The ‘Calendar dates’ tab is where you include the date and time of an event, which consequently shows up on the website calendar (more on Calendar events under “POST TYPES -> EVENTS”).
b) You can create accordion (collapsible) headings on a post under ‘Display settings’.
You can choose H3 or H4 as the accordion heading as displayed above. The H3 and H4 refers to the heading for the body text as shown below.
c) You can “bundle in” existing posts under the ‘Bundled content’ tab. We use this setup for listing classes offered each quarter.
i) Bundled-in contents are simply attached at the end of the post. They show up wherever the original post shows up, but can be clicked on and viewed as a separate post.
1. When a post concerns an event or work by a specific person, tagging the person’s name to the post will allow any related posts to appear on that person’s profile. See faculty profiles for examples.
a) Under ‘Related People’, type the full name of the featured person (See image below b).
b) A list of names will appear as you type out the name. People who already have an arts Profile will be options in the drop list. Select the profile of interest to associate and tag the post to it.