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The content elements in WIMS (here: Text, Format: Page Heading; is automatically generated when creating a new page)

Here an image can be inserted. Prerequisite is the format 1120 x 380 px.

1. Introduction and jump navigation (formatting: chapter heading)

In the following all WIMS contents elements are introduced to you. First become all elements whether obviously or not, provide with headings, so that at the end easily the jump navigation,  (which should be inserted at the beginning of a long side around quicker to the respective chapter of a side to reach can be used see above). To arrange an Internet site, contents of each other become to separate or to prevent unintentional flowing together of pictures and other elements layout separator (invisibly, how after the jump navigation) and/or separator (see green dividing line in the connection) uses.

This text has originated with the contents element text, formatting: normal text with bold honourings.

In general you should remember: less is more! Please, use only few honourings and few different contents elements. The more brightly a side is, the more type-sizes and honourings it contains and the less arrangement exists: the more incomprehensibly and unsightlier becomes your web page! Put in if necessary of dear undersides.

2. Adding images: content element image

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Fig. 1: Content element image - half width, with magnifying glass, position left, text flowing around, without frame (frame please only for images and graphics with white background)

Here a blind text flows round the picture. So that fig. 2 does not slide upwards (under this text) and destroys the layout or the connections between fig. 1 and the text contents, a layout separator was inserted after this text element. If the text should stand not beside, but under fig. 1, a layout separator would also have to be inserted between fig. 1 and this contents element.

Here is some placeholder text to better simulate the text flowing around the image: Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consetetur sadipscing elitr, sed diam nonumy eirmod tempor invidunt ut labore et dolore magna aliquyam erat, sed diam voluptua. At vero eos et accusam et justo duo dolores et ea rebum. Stet clita kasd gubergren, no sea takimata sanctus est Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consetetur sadipscing elitr, sed diam nonumy eirmod tempor invidunt ut labore et dolore magna aliquyam erat, sed diam voluptua. At vero eos et accusam et justo duo dolores et ea rebum. Stet clita kasd gubergren, no sea takimata sanctus est Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.

Please use the following minimum sizes for the websites:

  • Banner picture 1120 x 380 Pixel (px)
  • Image full width min. 1120 px width
  • Image half width min. 840 px width
  • Pictures in boxes min. 240 px width

>>> Insert a picture collection

Fig. 2: Content element image - full width, without magnifying glass, without frame

Paragraph heading within a chapter

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3. Link top of page

To allow a quick return at the side beginning to the user with long web pages, links to top of the page are used. As soon as a side receives a jump navigation at the beginning, you will need such a link. These links should be used sensibly (not too seldom or too often) and aesthetically (finally, they also show a creation element). After chapter two a link to the side beginning was used.

To guarantee furthermore a steady distance of the contents to the dividing line, it is removed before the dividing line of the Layouttrenner and is substituted with the link to the side beginning.

4. Linking

The easy link within an assembly-line text

If you want to refer within a text to another website, you can do this in the contents element text, while you mark the passage and select on the suitable symbol (globe with linking sign). At this point you find the link to the honouring kinds of texts by means of different contents elements. This an internal link (is to be recognised by the green badge before the link) to an underside of this web page. However, internal links are links to the Intranet.

The use of the contents element link list

According to text length of the link and taste, the list can be formed neutrally or colourfully. Besides, aesthetic aspects should be absolutely considered. Is the link f.e. so important that he must be emphasised in colour? Or does an in colour emphasised link disturb the layout and does change the subject from the real information? Does the text length fit to the in colour emphasised link? Does the colour of the link list fit to the remaining side layout?

5. Vertical division with the content element two-column

If you like to place contents table-like, of each other separate and straight side by side, you can use the content element two columns.

6. Conten element Accordion

6. Conten element Accordion

This is an example of an Accordion. This is used to show firmly defined contents (heading, contents, picture), in order to short information, tips and links on other undersides or external information - preferably in a two columns element.

7. Tips in the content text

With the content element text can be insert simple (highlighted in green) and special notes (highlighted in red) on the formats "paragraph". Other awards for the text area and on tables.

8. Link language change

The Link language change element is used when one of the two languages is not present, but a page should be present.

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