An Event, a future occurrence with a specific date and time, on the Extension website should be added to the Program areas instead of the Counties.
Plone Events allow for a map location to be entered. The Event Location then becomes a link to a Google map. This How To will give you steps to capture the Map To Location url.
The Extension Events page has a section highlighting upcoming webinars.
If an event is canceled, you can configure it to display a cancellation message in event listings and on the event itself.
When working with News in Plone you will be creating a News Item for new content and for an external link (change as of March 1, 2012).
It's generally better to send a link to a web page rather than including the contents of the page in an email. However, in a few situations, you may need to include the full text and styles of the page in the email body. One such case is emailing a newsletter generated from Plone.
Introductory information about logging into your Plone website.
You may see a "This Connection is Untrusted" error when logging in to Plone for the first time. This is normal, and is caused by an SSL Certificate mismatch.
The Spotlight area on your home page contains an alphabetized list of news items or news links that you want to highlight for a period of time. You add a spotlight item in very much the same way as a News Item or News Link but you need to place it in the Spotlight folder.
Throughout Plone you will find text editors that are used to enter information. You can format the text using a toolbar similar to the one shown below. This toolbar contains many buttons that you can use when you create and edit pages.
Sometimes it is necessary to re-order the items in a folder listing your website. Only folders (not collections) can be reordered in this way.
Sometimes it is necessary to re-name a page or folder on your website. Not all folders or pages can be re-named but you can try by following these steps.
You can include ("embed") a YouTube video in a Plone page as part of your content.
Directories and Personal Profiles
This page will explain how to log in and edit your Plone faculty/staff directory information.
There are different ways to manage how people show up in Plone directories in the college sites.
Does the use of a right column make users scroll significantly more?
Selecting an Extension county homepage image.
Only one PDF copy of a publication should be available on the web. That publication should be located in the college's Publications Website/Database. This searchable database of publications produced in the college provides a one-stop-shop for all our publications.
Managers may set a folder view to display two columns. You can use this HTML code to create two columns in the rich text editor. This article also provides the HTML to embed an image and caption with the lead image style in the rich text editor.
This document outlines the steps for retrieving the data saved in a Plone web form.
When someone clicks the "Directions to our office" link on your homepage, they will see an interactive map from Google. You can add the specifics of your office location or parking instructions if necessary.
Instructions for obtaining a Friends of Penn State account for individuals who are not directly affiliated with the University. A FPS account allows a person to have secure access to selected systems and services at Penn State.
Enabling subsite navigation allows both the parent site (e.g. "Natural Gas") and the section (e.g. "Information for Landowners") to show in the left navigation. This helps the user to stay oriented within the subsite.
A "redirect" is feature that allows a web server to tell a browser "You asked for page X, now I'm going to send you to page Y." This is commonly used to create short URLs, similar to the service bit.ly provides. Unfortunately, IE9 permanently caches these redirects and they cannot be purged by clearing the browser cache.
It is occasionally necessary to add footnotes within a Plone page. This is accomplished by creating a "Footnotes" section at the end of the document, and then linking the references to that section.