- This feature aligns with the Public Affairs branding guidelines.
- Large (high resolution) images may cause performance issues and could possibly cause other site errors. If you are uploading your own photos to use for a Thumbnail List, try to only upload photos that have a file size of 1MB or smaller.
- For photo/image best practices, see Image Shapes and Sizes.
A Thumbnail List allows Site Builders to feature one or more "thumbnail"-sized photos with accompanying title text (which is linked to either internal or external content), with the option to add secondary text as well.
There are two size options for the thumbnail photos: small and large. The photo size and text will adjust based on which region you're placing the widget.
Photo Display and Style
Photos featured in Thumbnail Lists are displayed in "landscape" style. IMPORTANT: If you would like to feature a "portrait" style photo, please refer to the Photoshop template provided by Public Affairs, which will help you "transform a portrait image to a landscape image suitable for inclusion in a thumbnail list."
Uploading a "portrait" style photo without modifying as described above is not recommended. Uploaded images will be cropped to an aspect ratio of 3:2.
Small Thumbnail List example:
Large Thumbnail List example:
How to Add a Thumbnail List
To add a Thumbnail List, click "Customize this Page," click the plus sign in the region where you'd like to add the list, then select "Berkeley Components."
Then, click "Add" for "Thumbnail List":
From here, configure the Thumbnail List. Add a title (optional), select an image size (large or small), browse to select a photo (use a Stock Image from your photo library, or upload a new photo), add the text to accompany the thumbnail (required), add a link to accompany the thumbnail (required), and add secondary text (optional). If you're featuring more than one Thumbnail item, click "Add Another Item" to add more. Click "Save" when you're finished making the changes to the individual widget, then click "Save" at the bottom of the page to complete the process.