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Website Page Styles

Body Content

Note:  Typeface in edit mode will not reflect actual style of typeface in view mode.

Normal font: Default and used for all body content text.

Normal (DIV): generally ignore this option

Formatted: Generally ignore this option

Header 1:  Is not available for selection in the Body. It is reserved for Page Title]

Header 2: Use this font for All Page Headlines

Header 3: Use this font as an option for Sub Headlines

Header 4:  Use this font for Right Hand Column 

Header 5:  This font should rarely be used
Header 6: Use this font as an option for Sub Headlines 


Body Text Recommendations:

Bold text can be used to highlight important information or as section headings
Italic text can be used as explanatory subtext or caption
ALL CAPS should almost NEVER be use



Adding links within Body content:


Link Style: The style is automatically set in the website stylesheet.

Link Destination: Opening a web page link should be set as "New Window" when opening to a website outside of the site and "Same Window" when linking to another page within the site.




Adding Images within Body Content:

Image Properties:  Once you have uploaded images to the site, depending on its application on the website page you should follow these recommendations:

  • Alternative Text provides a place for a title for the image that can be viewed as text only for ADA compliance and a title for search engines.
  • Border:  Where images have no border, i.e. a white background and need border definition, use 1 pixel.
  • HSpace/VSpace: To provide white spacing around an image H: horizontal and V: vertical, use 10 pixels.
  • Alignment: Alignment for the image can be altered to be right or left of the text based on placement of the cursor when image is inserted.

Right Hand Column 

The right column is used for links and documents you wish to share.  It can also be used for static information that will you want posted more permanently.

Documents and Resources  are text documents and can be used somewhat interchangeably.  Both Documents and Resources are for uploading documents to the web that don't live anywhere else.

Imbedded Links can be used to share a web-based resource.

Documents:  pdf., word, or other text documents that visitors may need to download and fill out, newsletters, schedules, etc.

Resources:  pdf., word, or other text documents meant to be reference documents:  Bible studies, worship resources, constitutions, etc.