News article – Style A for Styling

The abstract of the article is here, usually a quick snappy one libner, or the first line of the piece. Whole paragraphs are fine just not advisable, if you do use paragraphs remember not add a line break as this can break RSS feeds. [more]

News article – Style A for Styling

The abstract of the article is here, usually a quick snappy one libner, or the first line of the piece. Whole paragraphs are fine just not advisable, if you do use paragraphs remember not add a line break as this can break RSS feeds.

Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here. Article text goes here.

Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this. Bold Text looks like this.

Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text. Then there is Normal Text.

We reccommend that your images are positioned at the top of your content item sized at XXX pixels wid by XXX pixels tall (although height can vary if you wish).

This is what a hyperlink looks like (remember to add where the link is intended to go in the field marked ‘Title’. If the link is meant to open up in a new window put ‘_blank’ into the field marked ‘Target’).

This is H2 Text H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2 H2

This is H3 Text H3 H3 H3 H3 H3 H3 H3 H3 H3 H3 H3

This is H4 Text H4 H4 H4 H4 H4 H4 H4 H4 H4 H4 H4

This is H5 Text H5 H5 H5 H5 H5 H5 H5 H5 H5 H5 H5
This is H6 Text H6 H6 H6 H6 H6 H6 H6 H6 H6 H6 H6

This is a table … TH means Table Heading, TD stands for a regular Table Cell.

TH TH TH TH
TD TD TD TD
TD TD TD TD

You can create a table by clicking on the table tool in the content item word editor (second row, first icon).

A pop-up window will appear to create the table and in the options that follow we suggest you always set the table to be a width of 100%, have a border width of 1px and cellspacing and cellpadding values of ‘0’. This will ensure you are able to see it to edit it correctly when you have the content item open in the content managemen system, whilst ensuring no conflicts with table styling produced by the stylesheet on the live website.

You will also see the option at the bottom of the editor to adopt the first row of your table as a heading (marked as TH above), if required.

 

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