Additional style options found under the "styles" dropdown. Most common are ImageRight, ImageLeft, SmallText. Now you have options to add a dashed rule, a solid rule, buttons and pull quotes.

 

Options found in the dropdown Styles editor

P-NoStyles

If you have added a style and decide you don't want it you would highlight the area and choose P-NoStyle. This will strips out any mark-up in the code and makes it back to regualr text.

P-SmallText

This style makes your font a little smaller, such as a footnote. Just hightlight the text and apply the style call from the dropdown menu.

P­-SemiBold

This style makes the sentence semibold, not as bold as the B called in the editor. It will also is applied to the entire sentences not just a word. Just hightlight the text and apply the style call from the dropdown menu.

P-­DashedLine

When applied it will show a dashed line in a full column. Just add your curser where you would like the rule, and apply the style call from the dropdown menu. - example:

 

P-­SolidLine

When applied it will show a solid line in a full column. Put your curser where you would like the rule, and apply the style call from the dropdown menu. - example:

 

P­-Button

This is meant as an action button, such as Apply to UVM. Something short that will link to another area. Just highlight the text and choose the style. Don't forget to apply the link (the text will then wrap correctly in the button area after the link is applied).

Option P-Button

P-Button with arrow

This is meant as an action button with an arrow in your color theme, such as Apply to UVM. Something short that will link to another area. Just highlight the text and choose the style. Don't forget to apply the link (the text will then wrap correctly in the button area after the link is applied).

OPTION P-BUTTON WITH ARROW

P-Green Button with arrow

This is meant as an action button with green button with an arrow, such as Apply to UVM. Something short that will link to another area. Just highlight the text and choose the style. Don't forget to apply the link (the text will then wrap correctly in the button area after the link is applied).

OPTION P-GREEN BUTTON WITH ARROW

PullQuote - 1

This will give you a larger font and color with correct structual mark-up.

It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.

PullQuote - 2

This will give you a larger font with correct structual mark-up.

It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.

Div­-ClearFix

ClearFix divs are used when your copy is wrapping in an undersirable way. An Example might be when your copy is short around the top image and you want to push your copy below the photo.

clearfix -image

 
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H2-AccordionButtonBar

This is an example of an H2 accordion bar, click on bar and the accordion opens up to hidden copy.

H3-AccordionButtonBar

This is an example of an H3 accordion bar, click on bar and the accordion opens up to hidden copy.

H4-AccordionButtonBar

This is an example of an H4 accordion bar, click on bar and the accordion opens up to hidden copy.

H5-AccordionButtonBar

This is an example of an H5 accordion bar, click on bar and the accordion opens up to hidden copy.

P-AccordionButtonBar

This is an example of an p accordion bar, click on bar and the accordion opens up to hidden copy.

ImageLeft

research lab You must add the image first before you can add the style (the style will not show till the image is in place). Click on the image and use the dropdown style to apply ImageLeft. That will tell the image to go to the left of the copy and create a margin to the right between the image and text.

 

ImageRight

research labYou must add the image first before you can add the style (the style will not show till the image is in place). Click on the image and use the dropdown style to apply ImageRight. That will tell the image to go to the right of the copy and create a margin to the left between the image and text. You must add the image first before you can add the style.