Hero image layouts allow site builders to add full-width images with text (and optional videos and links) across the top of your home page or landing pages. The styles and layouts match the new design of the Berkeley homepage and News website.
You can feature menus from your site in a widget area by using the "Add Submenu" option. Select "Override Title" to add your own title if desired (otherwise, the title defaults to the chosen menu, and links to the parent item), then select the "Starting level" (1st level, 2nd level, etc.).
The campus bConnected suite of services includes Google apps such as Docs and Forms (bDrive) and Calendar (bCal). Using the Google/bConnected Widgets feature, Site Builders can add bConnected or other Google docs, forms, and c
Spotlights are photo slideshows that contain images overlaid with optional titles and descriptions. You can link them to pages on your site, or to external webpages.
Spotlight images are fully-responsive; the spotlight will rescale itself to fit the space available to it depending on your page layout and the viewer's device size. For best results, you may want to crop and resize your images to one of the available layout styles/ratios (see below) before you upload them.
Site Builders are allowed to change the layout of a page and add a different types of widgets in the layout regions in order to organize and feature content. This layout and widget functionality is available on almost every page of an Open Berkeley site.
Your home page is a Landing page populated by widgets, so to edit your home page, you will need to follow the steps in this section to change the layout and edit the widgets.
"Landing pages" are pages without one primary chunk of content. Use them when you want a page with multiple content items of similar importance. They may be used as home pages, section home pages, galleries, etc. Only Site Builders and Widget Editors can create and edit Landing pages.
There are a variety of pre-configured available layouts with a variety of regions (hero, header, sidebar, etc.) on your Open Berkeley pages to help feature and organize your content. To see your layout options and to change layouts, select "Change layout" at the bottom of the page.