Campus Section Front
The Campus Section front page has a lot in common with the Campus Detail page, however there are much fewer options. Page Name and Title are required, but no other fields are. See the Search Engine Details (SEO) section for information on the Search Engine Details area.
The Page Name, which you put in as part of creating the page, is how the URL will appear to the user, all in lower case, with punctuation removed and spaces turned into the hyphen ("-") character. For example, if you create a section on the site with the name of "My Great Page" the link will become "/my-great-page". Changing the name of the page could cause people to have broken links to your pages as well. Read more on links at the Style Guide: Links and URLs page.
The Title is a text element that appears right above the body copy of the page and in the browser title (unless rewritten below, under the SEO section). You can not put any HTML into the title field, just text.
Like with Campus Detail pages, the Body Copy uses the standard HTML Editor to edit content and will appear next on the page. Unlike Campus Detail pages, the Body Copy is truly optional as the Content Blocks (below) can take the place of the Body Copy.
Content can also be set up in "Content Blocks" which could appear like the following image (right below the Body Copy, if present). As these are a bit tricky to get set correctly, contact Integrated Marketing to create or edit these blocks.