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What are Components?

  • Components are a form-based type of reusable content that gathers information and adds it into complex design elements.
  • A component on a page prompts you to enter information and adds source code to format and display the information on the page.
  • Components are created by Web Services. Any requests for components need to be made through the Web Work Request Form.

How to Insert Components

To insert a component, click the "Insert Component" icon, represented by a atom, on the toolbar.  A "Choose Component" pop-up box will appear.

Then, select from the list of options.

  • Note: the component will appear where your cursor was in edit mode. 
  • Edit by clicking the pencil icon after clicking the component in edit mode.
  • Delete by clicking the x icon after clicking the component in edit mode.
  • Follow any other instructions the individual component contains, noting which fields are optional.

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Component Examples You Can Use

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October is LGBT History Month in the United States, and one of the month’s most prominent recognitions is National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11.

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“We want our students, faculty and members of the surrounding community to have opportunities to work and learn from individuals from various backgrounds," said Dr. Michelle Johnson, coordinator of the Visiting Scholars Program.


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