Slideshow

A slideshow consists of two different content types. Add the Slideshow content type to a page to create a slideshow. To add slides to the gallery, add instances of the Slide content type to the same page. Each instance of the Slide content type adds another slide to the slideshow.

If you want the appearance and layout of the slideshow, but you only wish to include a single slide, use the Header Image content type instead.

Image Guidelines

  • Images should be at least 740 pixels wide and 400 pixels tall. This will ensure that your images are high resolution. If the page has no left column, images must be 1025 pixels wide and 400 pixels tall.
  • Please select images that are visually compelling and add value to the information on your page. No clip art!
  • You may only use images that are legally sourced. For example, you are not allowed to select images from a google search and add them to the UMB website. Please abide by copyright laws.
  • Example

    Text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Pellentesque dignissim metus eu euismod sagittis. Mauris ac urna vel sem tincidunt blandit sed nec risus.

    Caption / Credit Text

    Caption / Credit Text

Slideshow Components

Name
The name of the piece of content. This name is for internal use only and will not be visible on the page.

 

Title
Optional
Give your Slideshow a title.

Slide Components

Name
The name of the piece of content. This name is for internal use only and will not be visible on the page.

 

Image
Select an image from the media library. Should be 740 x 400 pixels.

 

Link
Optional
Makes the slide image a hyperlink.

 

External Link
Optional
Enter an external URL. You may use this instead of the Link field above, but you may not use both at once.

 

Slide Title
Optional
Enter a title for this slide.

 

Text
Optional
Text that will display next to the image.

 

Caption / Credit Text
Optional
Give credit to the source of the image or briefly tell your viewers about what’s going on in image or who is in the image.

 

Most Important Part of Image (Horizontal)
Optional
Choose which part of the image contains the most important subject matter (left, right, or center).

 

Most Important Part of Image (Vertical)
Optional
Choose which part of the image contains the most important subject matter (top, bottom, or center).