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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

The following are examples of the current list of components.

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