The content row is an extension of the WYSIWYG editor in the main content area, allowing editors the flexibility to add additional content below or in between rows.
- Adding additional content that requires full WYSIWIG capabilities
Create a New Row
- Select your rows storage folder — this is likely labeled _rows or similar. If you don't have one yet, build one now.
- From the top menu, select Add Content > Rows > Content.
Available Fields & Options
- Page Name: Required field; this is your row's file name in Cascade; customize the default name of row-content.
- Title: Required field; used as a section header for screen readers and should be meaningful. The title is not displayed visually on a content row.
- Content Position: Choose to align the row content area with the main content at the top of the page, or to center the row content area on the page. Note: Content within the row content area will be left justified.
- Select "Align with main content" for the content to appear as a continuation of the main content at the top of the page. This setting is most appropriate when the Content Row is near the main content with minimal row content separating them.
- Select "Center on page" for the content to align more closely with other row content.
- Text: Offers full WYSIWYG editor capabilities including tables, images, collapsible lists and content buttons.
Updating Row Content
- To update the content of a row, edit and publish the row file.
- You do not need to publish the pages displaying the row.
- If a row is unpublished or deleted, it will no longer appear on any live pages.
Tip: If you move or rename a row file, you will then need to publish any pages displaying the row. Not sure which pages are using the row? Check for relationships to the row.
Example Content Rows
Below, we offer sample rows to demonstrate a selection of suggested uses and best practices.