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The FAQ Page is similar to a blog post page, but it includes various types of information and posts. It's important to categorize your post correctly when you upload it to the Stay Informed page. This helps keep information consistent and searchable. Categorize posts into one of the following:
- JORI Update
- Industry News
How to add blog posts to the FAQ Page:
- Open the Blog Page (located in the Not Linked section on the left navigation).
- Click the + icon in the Blog panel to add a new post.
- The Blog Post Editor will open. A Text Block appears automatically to get you started. To enter a title for your post, click in the Enter a post title... box.
- Add a thumbnail image by clicking the Options tab and drag your image into the image uploader. Click Save.
- Add an excerpt. It shouldn't be longer than 3 lines. This is teaser content that will show up on the FAQ Page.
- Save or publish. All posts are initially saved as drafts. When you’re done editing a post, you can: 1) Click Save to save the entry and keep it as a draft or 2) Click Save & Publish to save the entry and publish it as a public post.
*Note: Blog posts will be ordered on the FAQ Page based on the date published. The most recently published blog posts will be displayed first. To change the order of the blog posts, change the publish date:
- Hover over the blog post whose publication date you'd like to change. Click Edit to open the Post Editor.
- In the Post Editor, click the current publication date below Published.
- Select a new date and time from calendar that opens.
- Click Save!
The Announcement Bar is the blue bar at the top of every page. To edit the Announcement Bar
- Go to the Announcement Bar panel. (In the Home Menu, click Design, and then click Announcement Bar.)
- Enter the text for the Announcement Bar in the box. You can make the text bold or italicized and create text links.
- You can also add a clickthrough URL to make your Announcement Bar a clickable link.
- Click Save. You're done!
About This Template
The JORI website is built in the Pacific Squarespace theme. This theme is known for its use of text overlays and scrolling full-bleed Index Page. To learn more about the Pacific Squarespace theme, check out this tutorial.
Special features of the Pacific theme include:
- Scrolling Index Page
- Full-bleed banner images
- Fixed navigation