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Website Styles Guide

Editing content is much simpler than before. The content editor acts similarly to Microsoft Word and offers a variety of tools to help you manage your content. This website is being built with the content owners in mind. Please keep your site looking its best by using the following guides and tutorials.

Website Styles Guide

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H2 - Main Heading

H3 - Sub Heading

H4 - For sections of text needed to appear as "Bold"

Paragraph - Standard Paragraph content within sections of the page

Address - Standard Address information

Bold - Used to bring attention to text within a Paragraph. You can limit which characters receive a Bold style - when using the H4 format, the entire block of text is changed.

Italic - Used to italicize specific text within a Paragraph

Bulleted List - Used to order lists of similar content; ideas; offerings; etc:

  • Serving Students with Quality
  • Trustworthiness
  • Accountability
  • Innovation and Creativity
  • Respect for People

Numbered List - Used to order sequential lists of similar content; ideas; offerings; etc:

  1. Recruit
  2. Admit
  3. Advise
  4. Retain
  5. Graduate

Zebra Table With Header Row

Days of the Week  
Sunday 1
Monday 2
Tuesday 3
Wednesday 4
Thursday 5
Friday 6
Saturday 7

NOTE: Tabular data is meant to be displayed in a table (duh, right?). The theme will stretch the table over the entire width of the screen - so keep this in mind when creating or editing a table. It may look small inside the editor, but the table expands once saved.