Style Reference (This is a page title)
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***All the above format options are accessed by using the formatting styles drop-down menu, located as the first button on the bottom toolbar***
Click on Image Sample Sizes to see sample sizes of images typically used on NDCAC website. This type of link is called an ANCHOR because it links to a specific part of this page. This helps your website visitors quickly get to parts of the webpage that are relevant to them. For more on how to create your own anchor links, visit http://conductor.nd.edu/news/35834-link-to-a-specific-location-in-a-webpage/
Below this is a horizontal line. Useful to break up long pages.
strikethrough, subscript, superscript, and §þëciål characters all work like they normally do in a word processing program.
- This is a numbered list
- You know how these work I think.
- This is a bulleted list.
- I think you know how these work too.
This is a block quote. I've found them kind of difficult to work with but practice makes perfect. To see another sample of block quoting visit this link and scroll down to the Trees! news item (Fall 2013). Make sure to hit return and then unclick the "block quote" button to exit the block quote formatting.
This is part of the page is anchored. You can easily navigate to it by clicking on the "Image Sample Sizes" link near the top of the page.
These are some of the common image sizes I've used on the website. The largest is the banner, located at the top of each page. Various square sizes are also useful. Specific image sizes can be created in PhotoShop, Paint, and online services such as PicMonkey (picmonkey.com).