This content is for example purposes only. This page is here to demonstrate what kind of content can be added using a new feature of the Tyndale website called "Components". Components are reuseable patterns which allow you to create compelling content in a fairly simple way.
There are a number of "Other Components" that don't fit as nicely into categories like the other example pages, so I will give you some examples here.
This component is called "Text" and is the general text box (WYSIWYG) editor that you have used in creating your Basic Page content. On a Components Page, you may have several of these Text components separated by other components, like Feature Cards or image galleries. This is the text box you know and (possibly) love — you can just have more of them on a Components Page.
Videos can be embeded from either Vimeo or Youtube and displayed on your page. These videos, like any component, can be added and moved in any order of the page.
Upload an audio file for people to listen to online or download to listen offline. This is a basic audio feature and does not produce a podcast feed.
You can create mulitple types of quotes that stand out using this flexible component. There are many different variations you can create — demos below. These will work best to highlight a part of the copy you have elsewhere in the document or as quick-tip type content.
This component allows you to create content that is contained inside aset of accordions. The accordions are closed by default and then open when the visitor would like to see the content. The component type is called "Accordion Set" — it is a container component. You can add accordion items inside the set once it has been created.
As in printed documents, headings are used on webpages to provide structure and indicate content sections. An individual heading is usually a short summary of the content that follows it.
Sighted readers often scan a page and read the headings first to find out what information it contains. They may then read in detail only the sections they find interesting.
Headings greatly improve reading comprehension. Imagine trying to find information on a page which is an undifferentiated wall of text. Now imagine there are headings before the various sections. They make it much easier to understand the content and find what you’re looking for.
When adding images to our pages, there’s more to think about than choosing a nice image, cropping it to the correct size, and inserting it in the right spot on the page. We usually think about images solely visually. But what about users who can’t see images?
A very important aspect of images is alternative text, or alt text, as it’s more commonly known.
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What is the best way to get the help you need?
Sometimes you just get stuck. You’re just not sure where to go next, or how to do that one thing that you did six months ago in training. So, what is the best way to get the help you need?
Links List with Description
Add a list of links with titles and change the order of the links.
Do you have a number of files you would like to make available for people to download. This component will allow you to upload the files and make a simple list for people. The files can be reordered at any time. The files below are just samples and don't really have any value here.