- The first few words are important, they may be all that show in some contexts.
- Tag the post appropriately.
- Indicate the position in the structure via the page side panel under “Page Attributes.” Assign a parent and an order. I usually go by tens to give some wiggle room. The site map is “999” to always come last.
- If the page is to appear in the menu, add to Appearance>Menu in the appropriate position.
- Check the site map to see everything is A-OK.
FIRST LEVEL HEADING, ASSIGN “Heading 5” STYLE FROM THE PULLDOWN. ALL CAPS.
Second level heading, assign “Heading 6” style from the pulldown. Sentence caps.
- assign “Paragraph” style from pulldown
- no double spaces after a period
- no double paragraph returns
- no initial spaces for indent
- lower case where possible–as Dick Schmidt says, “It’s not German!”
This “pull quote” formatting is accomplished by clicking on the ” button in the toolbox above.
- Use the bullet and numbering tools in the tool box.
- Bullets are a good way to reduce and simplify running text that lists a number of items.
- Avoid numbering unless it has a specific purpose like steps in order (see “adding pages” above).
Always use full name of facility following this formula. That way users will not be confused about what is being referred to.
Building+room#+Name of Facility, example: “Moore 258A Meeting (Skype) Room”
- ex: Hawai‘i (‘okina = option+] on a Mac)
- ex: Mānoa (vowel with macron = option-a+vowel on a Mac, US Extended enabled). If you can’t do this, copy and paste the correct formatting from elsewhere on the site.
Spell out days; use “en” dash (option+-) w/o spaces; use “a” and “p” for morning and afternoon; shortest possible number, example:
Use dot format; include area code, example:
Link emails using the following format:
mailto:email@example.com?subject=email subject line