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So many options!
Get ready for some scrolling. This page has quite a few of the different widgets that are available for this website in it. Descriptions included when/where appropriate.
The list below includes the widgets you're most likely going to use on this website. For an explanation on how widgets should be used on any page, feel free to refer to the appropriate section in the Learning page of the Mater intranet.
The text you're reading is actually in a widget that's inside the accordion widget. The accordion widget comes empty by default. This allows you to add almost any kind of existing widget to an accordion.
This text widget is the Mater Editable Content widget.
You would have noticed that the first accordion was already open when this page loaded. That's a setting inside the Accordion widget's confiruration panel. If you don't want to ensure one accordion is always open, simply untick the Required open pane option.
Accordion panes—the accordion titles you click to open an accordion—are added in the widget configuration panel. Each new line you add in the Pane headers section is a new accordion title. Make sure the number of titles you enter matches the number you enter in the Number of panes section.
This widget is called Centred copy. The text itself isn't sentred, but the title and body copy are collectively centred on the page. The body copy—that would be these words you're currently reading—are added in the widget's Configure section. From there you can still style content like you would in most other text areas.
This widget is called a Content panel. All of the text is added/edited in the widget's Configure section. From there you can add/style text as you would elsewhere.
Content panel widgets also allow you to generate a stylised link to a web page of your liking. If you don't need a stylised link, leave the CTA Link and CTA Text fields empty.
The Content panel widget loads by default with 2 panels. In the Configure section you can change that to 3 panels.
This panel is using the CTA Link feature that is mentioned, but not used, in the first panel.
This widget is for small announcements that link somewhere.
The Custom 50/50 widget may load looking empty when first added. If that happens, go to the Configure screen and make sure Widget Container is not empty. It needs to say Custom 50/50 Widget
In the Configure screen you can also add your image or video, widget title and a CTA button. The widget has a left and a right configuration. This is so you can build a page with multiple 50/50s. Always alternate between left and right when stacking these widgets.
I'm a button!
The Custom 50/50 widget can also include a video. The video height will be determined by the amount of text placed in this panel.
The other difference is that this version of the widget aligns the text to the right. The first Custom 50/50 widget on this page aligns the text to the left.
This change automgacially chenges the background colour behind the text.
This widget—Mater Editable Content—is your most basic text on a page widget. This widget's content will run the full width of the page—excluding intended white space. Content added to this widget can be styled and include embedded images if need be.
This is also the same widget used inside accordions as seen at the top of this page.
This widget is ideal for larger amounts of text. Something I'm not prepared to write for this example. But imagine paragraphs of awesome in this space.
The widget below—Specialist Search Strip—prefills the page name into the middle content field. This widget would be used on a hospital page and be used to link to the specialist summary page for that facility. For example, if this page was called Mater Private Hospital Brisbane, the widget below would say To find specialists at Mater Private Hospital Brisbane ...
If I wanted to link to specialists, I'd use this widget
The Custom Editable Text widget—the widget that this text is in—is very similar to the Mater editable text widget. This widget can also be used inside accordions.
This widget should be used on hospital pages. The services displayed are all that have already been assigned to the hospital selected in this widget's Category name field which can be found in the widget's Configure window.
The widget below is the Services Listing widget. When adding this widget, you select the Category name for the hospital you need to display the services for. The widget below is using the services listing for Mater Private Hospital Brisbane.
This widget should be used on hospital pages. The facilities displayed are all that have already been assigned to the hospital selected in this widget's Category name field which can be found in the widget's Configure window.
You edit the text of each tab in the editable text area that each tab gets. You edit the tab titles, the number of tabs required and the tab that is loaded when the page loads in the Configure widget section of the widget.
Each tab is capable of including text, links and more.
This widget is called Tabs layout. It's fairly fancy. Click into I'm a tab to learn more.
There's nothing to see here. Well, unless you wanted to see how you embed a YouTube video in a widget. If you want to do that, click the Insert/Edit widget icon in the widget toolbar, search for the word YouTube and select the Youtube widget. Past the full URL for the YouTube video you'd like to embed and ...
You can also include quotes within text by using the Inline Quotation formatting option (see image below). That's how this quote was handled.
The widget below is a Promotional Tiles widget. You can include between 2 to 4 images which will stack accordingly on a mobile device as the widget is responsive. To use the widget, add the Mater Adlinks Repeater widget. Once added, configure the widget and select how many tiles you require.
The tiles themselves are added to the page tree (as has been done for this example). To add the tiles, create a child page named adlinks and then upload the tiles to that child page selecting the Mater - Adlink page type.
Once your Adlink has been created, you can populate the promotional tile with a title, summary, image and link. Only the title and image are mandatory.
Sometimes promotional tiles have descriptions. Is that really evil?