Manual liftups have three display modes: small, medium and accordion.
- The small display should be used for links that might not have an image and mainly need to display the title.
- The medium display is for links with images, also showing a summary text.
- The accordion is for links with long summaries that need to be displayed. In manual liftups, the accordion display is different from the listing version in adding images next to the title.
Below are examples of all three display modes.
Manual liftup – display mode Small, theme None
Liftups with contents: Article, Hub, External liftup, and Service.
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Edits to Manual liftup component's display mode Medium
The Manual liftup component’s display mode medium has been amended in order for it to render the correct image ratio.
The component amendment also avoids the presence of gaps on a page, as the component's cards (or links) will adapt their sizes in order to occupy all of the available area.
See examples below of multiple cards utilised vs. just the one in the Manual liftup component.
Manual liftup – display mode Medium, theme None
Liftups with a variation of content types: Article, Hub, External liftup and Service.
Manual liftup – display mode Medium, theme Dark
Liftups with a variation of content types: Article, News, Hub, External liftup and Service.
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Manual liftup – display mode Medium, theme Bright
Liftup with just one content type, in this case the News hub.
Manual liftup – display mode Accordion
Liftups with Article, Hub, External liftup and Service
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