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Editing programme pages

On this instruction we describe how you can create and edit the content type programme. This content type is restricted only for Learning services.

Log in to aalto.fi by clicking the Log in button in the top right corner.

Editing your programme page

Find the right programme by clicking the "Content" button in the top left corner. Here you can find content based on e.g. the title (the name of your programme) or content type (programme). Once you have found your programme, click the "Edit" button on the right, in the same row as the name of your programme. You can also just click the name of your programme and click "Edit" there.

Instructions on the usage of components

"Reusable content"  component is the so-called "bank text". See the instructions below.

Components: how to create content for aalto.fi?

Get to know the aalto.fi components for creating versatility and visuality when delivering your content.

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How to use and create reusable content

Here we describe how to create content using the content type Reusable content and how to add that to your page as a component. The use of this content type is restricted only to specific editors in the learning services.

Automatic lifutps in student content

This page describes how you can use the automatic liftup components in content meant for our students (not for applicants, but e.g. programme pages).

Publish and translate your programme

Click "Save" (the blue button at the bottom). This will save your programme as unpublished. Unpublished content is not visible to users of the site.

If you want to publish your programme, tick the "Publish" box at the bottom (in edit view) and then click "Save". This action will publish all content you've created here, i.e. the programme main page and all tabs and subpages (even those not included in the programme's navigation).

To translate your programme, click the "Translate" tab at the top of the page; the tab is visibly only on the main page. When you add a translation (e.g. English and "Add"), will also add translations of all tabs and subpages that belong to your programme so make sure to edit them as well (i.e. /en/ version of content you've created, this action will not automatically translate a language into another language, you need to translate all texts).

Screenshot of editing a tab for the programme content type.

Editing the tabs

Click “Edit” on any page included in your programme. This will always open the edit view starting on the beginning of the main page.

Once you find the tab you need to edit, click "Edit" on it. Make the edits, and click "Update", e.g. ”Update During your studies tab”. This will collapse the edit view for that tab.

Click "Save" at the bottom of the page to save your edits.

Adding older curricula and other subpages not visible in the programme’s navigation

If you need to add pages for previous curricula, don't select anything in the Curriculum period drop-down. Pages with this selection will not appear in the programme’s navigation. You can lift them up just like any content using liftup components. You can use liftup components (Single or Manual liftup) for this.

Add the component, click ”Select content” and find the content you want to lift up. You can filter the content listed here by selecting the content type "Programme subpage".

Tabs and subpages don’t have a main image, so when you lift them up, you need to take that into consideration and use the most suitable display mode (e.g. Single liftup in small does not show the main image).

If you want to add more pages to your programme but they don’t fit or need to be in the navigation, just tick the box ”Do not show this on the tabs”.

Subpages created with the box ticked can be lifted up using liftup components as explained above. This means the URL addresses for your programme’s content will remain unified, and the navigation will be visible on these pages, even though they aren’t included in it.

Creating a new programme page

If your programme doesn't have a page yet

 

This service is provided by:

Communications Services

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