Accordion: A way to organize page content into vertically expandable drawers for page viewers to click on and view content. Accordions are great for supplemental material that is related to the main page content, but not integral.
Aside: A way to display additional information that can enhance a page but isn't a vital key to understanding the content. Asides can be vertical or horizontal.
Author: Authors have the ability to edit pages, then save pages and submit for review to editors.
Blockquotes: An enlarged version of text that can be used to call attention to a large piece of content.
Breadcrumb Menu: "Breadcrumbs" or "breadcrumb trail" is a navigation aid used in user interfaces. It allows users to keep track of their locations within the website.
Call To Action (CTA): An instruction to the viewer designed to provoke an immediate response, such as 'Apply Now' or 'Schedule Visit' buttons.
Content Management System (CMS): A software application that is used to create and manage digital content within a website. Our current CMS is Drupal 8.
Drawer: The expandable sections in an accordion. The first drawer will be open, as a default, and all others will be collapsed until manually expanded by the user.
Editor: Editors have the same permissions as Authors, but with the ability to publish pages.
Hamburger Menu: A symbol consisting of three parallel horizontal lines that is used as a primary method of navigating the website. It is displayed in the top right of the website.
Left Navigation: A user interface element that displays a list of choices to the left of the content.
Global Navigation: A user interface element within a webpage that contains links to other sections of the site, and allows users to quickly visit other sections.
Pano (aka Hero Image): The large horizontal image at the top of the web page.
Pullquote: An enlarged version of text that can be used to call attention to a short piece of content.
Tab: A way to condense and organize page content into vertical columns with the tabs displayed for the page viewers to click on and view content. Tabs are a good way to provide information of equal importance.
WSIWYG: (pronounced 'wiz-eee-wig') is an acronym for "what you see is what you get." It allows site editors to work in the CMS in a form closely resembling its final appearance (text and images), without requiring knowledge of HTML.