The audience navigation bar allows you to present audience-specific content on your site, that needs to be easily accessible but is not aimed at the site's primary audience.
- Creative support
- C&M staff
The menu which features your top-level pages horizontally below the logo is one of the main new features that was created as a result of demand across SFU.
There are limitations to the number of top-level links you can include in your horizontal navigation bar. If you include too many, the links will not fit on the screen and the user won’t be able to access your site’s content.
We recommend having between 5-7 top-level items. Most importantly, the main navigation will need to fit within the following character count, including spaces:
- 9 items - 53 characters
- 8 items - 57 characters
- 7 items - 61 characters
- 6 items - 68 characters
- 5 items - 73 characters
- 4 items - 81 characters
If you’re having trouble staying within the character limit or want feedback, contact Communications & Marketing at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d be happy to help.
For more information, please see the horizontal navigation page on the CMS Help site.
Audience navigation bar
Social navigation buttons
You can customize this area to link to your department's social media accounts. If you choose not to customize it, by default, the links will point to SFU’s main social media accounts.
The new column control component works similarly to the previous version, but offers two additional features: Full Width and No Spacing.
New component styles
Add quote to your text container's CSS field to apply a quote style. You can also apply this style on red and grey block.
Updated list style
Choose Bullet List or Numbered List in the rich text editing toolbar to take advantage of our new list style.
LiveWhale Calendar grid view layout
Choose SFU Events Calendar Layout option in Display as field to use the grid layout.
Hyperlinking instructor’s name in Course Outline List
Add Profile URL in the Course Outline and the Course Outline List component will hyperlink instructor's name.
Add button to your text container's CSS field to apply the style.
- Faculty profile - a page template that allows you to create a profile page for a faculty member, staff, or student
- Showing featured content at random on each page load within a predefined container
- Flexibility to reorder content on different screen sizes
For instruction on components and styles, visit the CMS Help website.