|Layout Builder - How to find the name of the block you want to edit on a page.||View Video|
|How to add a new page to your site, and at the same time place it in the top navigation menu (3 minutes)
|The basics of editing your top Menu Navigation (10 minutes)||View Video|
|A detailed tour of the WYSIWYG editing toolbar for pages and blocks (26 minutes)||View Video|
|Learn the two different ways to add hero images to your page, and how they differ (16 minutes)||VIEW VIDEO|
|How to adjust the focal point for your hero image if you don't like how it sits on the page (1.5 minutes)
This will work with any image. The video was made for a specific dept so it is a bit abrupt but the information is clear and we hope it will help you.
Remember the best approach is to optimize your hero image at the correct size and have it looking the way you want before you upload.
|How to work with Images on a page or in a custom block (11 minutes)||View Video|
|Two ways to link to documents: direct download, or open in a new window to view/choose to download (5 minutes)
(note that word docs will always automatically download. Opening in a new window without auto-downloading is best practice - use PDFs instead of docs as often as possible.)
|How to view the source code of a Basic Page or Basic Block (13 minutes)||View Video|
|Extra lines of blank space in your content? Learn how to look at source code to work with paragraphs (10 minutes)||VIEW VIDEO|
|Best Practice for when you are copying and pasting content into your Basic Page, to avoid unexpected font styling (2 minutes)||VIEW VIDEO|
|Adding Profile embeds from profiles.ucr.edu (and how to make the buttons blue/change to the CNAS style) (7 minutes) Note: Since this video was made, CNAS changed the buttons in the profiles from yellow to blue. You will see the yellow result in the video.
view the code you'll need for the CNAS style
|Editing your website footer (13 minutes)||View Video|
|Housekeeping: 301 redirects for 404 error messages. Good to do periodically (7 minutes)||VIEW VIDEO|
More Housekeeping: Deleting and Removing Files to keep a clean library