Label page sections with these headings.
In general, use Titles hierarchically:
- Place a single Heading 1 at the top of a page.
- If desired, break up the content that follows with Heading 2
- If desired, break up the Heading 2 sections with Heading 3
- (Heading 4 Titles are handy in the right sidebar.)
By default, the Title will be a Heading 1 and the text within it
will be the same as the page title.
Title - Edit this field to change the text of the
- This setting is completely independent of the page tite.
- The field must either be completely blank or have one or more
- If left blank, it will automatically display the page title set
Type/Size - Select an option from the Type/Size field to
select the desired style (see examples at right).
Link - Enter a URL here to turn the title into a
clickable hyperlink. Use the magnifying glass to browse for a
target page within the UBCMS.
Open in new window - This optional setting forces the
clicked link to open in a new browser tab or window.
- When that is selected, an additional icon will follow the
linked text, to alert visitors that they will be taken to a new
browser window, or even leave the current website.
- If the hyperlink goes to a downloadable file, an document icon
will instead be shown as well as the file size if the file is on
the same server.
more about link labels.
Exclude from "on this page" lists - This optional setting
prevents this title from being included in the On
This Page component (see the live example in the right
ID - Enter a character string to identify this title as a
link anchor so another page can link here.
An H5 style has been added. It is all capitals and looks like
the heading in the flex module. (In the old brand it displays as an
In cases where a module component (e.g. flex module or carousel)
does not meet your needs, the new H5 option allows authors to
create the look of a module using other components with the
combination still matching other modules on the page. The H4 in the
old brand never quite matched the module headings.