Nicole’s Notes – Helpful Tips on How Stuff Works


URLs and Nav Terms

URLs are created from nav terms, not the page titles. So, if you see a “-0″ that means there is a duplicate nav term somewhere in the system. Even if you delete the original nav term, the system will still think there’s a duplicate. Best thing to do is to re-order the nav term under “manage nav terms” and not create a new one if it’s exactly the same naming. This can be a problem for us since we have three pages of nav terms and you can’t scrol a nav term from page 3 to page 2. To solve this, you can move the term to level 2 and then level 1 and then where you want it. DD is aware of this challenge.

Duplicate Page Titles

If there are more than one page title for an overview (duplicate pages), you click overview and reorder. Then you can delete the duplicates. If you leave them, they will still be accessible via search. Only one overview and the most recent one can be assigned to a nav term.

Bundled Content

You can assign a “post” or any other post type to a “post” by using the bundled content feature.

However, you cannot use the bundled content feature for an “overview,” which is a nav term page. Instead, you’d just assign the post to the overview page. It would display under the page just like bundled content.

See example of bundled content below. I bundled a “post,” an “overview,” and a “pod” to this page, which is a post. The bundled content appears under the header “Related Content.”

Related Links

The “related link” feature is used for external links to related content and/or resources. It shows up on the right side of the page under the header “Related Links.”


The full width is 830 pixels. If you float the image left or right, it will automatically reduce to 415 pixels. If you want a different width, you can assign a different width percentage. The image of Peaches below is reduced to 75% of the original width and the caption is positioned right.

Change multiple items: width and position (with or without caption)

List the image tag, followed by the width and position/caption 



            [image:#, w75 image left]

            [image:#, w75 image caption-right]

            [image:#, w75 image left caption-right]

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