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Static Page - This is the basic page that a content manager can build on the site. It is like a text page in a book. The information is very basic (Title, Thumbnail to distinguish from other static pages in the list view, File Attachment if needed, and Body) and is used by many of the simple pages in the site and works with tagging and feeding. This also has the option for a second body box, giving the illusion of columns.
Content Type - Unlike a static page where every page has the same fields - content types are like templates for pages that have been built to collect the information specific to the type of content wanted. The same content type can be used over and over again to put in content that is repeated like Documents or Blogs. Content in a content type can then be Fed onto a static page depending upon how it has been tagged.
Tags and Feeds - Tags and feeds are used to associate a particular piece of content (found in a content type) with a static page. For example a document on About PNAMP (which is in the Documents Content type) can be tagged “About PNAMP” and then the static page for About PNAMP can have a feed of all Document content tagged “About PNAMP’.
Relational content - This is only on the Projects, Events, and Documents content type. These fields allow the content manager to add an item without having to tag it, such as searching the field for a document you want on an event. Once the item is selected it shows as a feed on the content page.
Hover text - this is over all images/thumbnails and allows you to put in text you would like to appear as a hover
Caption box - this allows the user to put a photo credit/description underneath a photo