Different content types are programmed to go in different parts (or zones) of the webpage.
On this page, you will find all of the content types available in TerminalFour to content editors to use in their Seattle U websites (excluding custom content types), along with the zone(s) in which the content types can be used, and what permission group restrictions there are (if any) to use the content type.
Up to five expandable/collapsible blocks of content
Embed an audio file to play from the page.
Adds a "Back to top" link and progress bar on long pages
Blog post displayed using full text. Requires Organizer.
Up to 9 box links to content or sections in Zone A with icons
Up to four call-to-action buttons with optional heading, on image with color overlay
Links to Apply, Request Info and Visit (Graduate Admissions or Undergraduate Admissions) in sidebar
Up to 4 cards in a row which include a heading and link with optional text and image arranged horizontally
Displays a chosen number of elements from a sub-section into a full-width carousel
Up to six color box links to content or sections in the Top Zone, or in Zone A
Box with contact info for up to 3 people, including small photo, name, title, phone and email
Summary information about a course, links to a unique page with optional details and up to three optional student sample works
Events inside the Curated Events Box.
A container for a list of curated events.
Up to five news stories with an image, description and link
Contact info for department, used for footer and in office directory.
Displays basic content in two equal-width columns.
Adds a Facebook feed to Zones B or C.
Biographical information of a faculty or staff member. Extended bios link to a unique page.
Content block in Zone A with a thumbnail image, brief text and link to another page or article.
Container for a list of curated events in Zone A
Special box to highlight related content and marketing messages.
Displays a form made using Form Builder.
Styled button that links to a NetCommunity donation page.
Overlays a box for heading, text and up to two links on an image
Creates up to three infographics with numbers, icons, headers and text.
Title, subtitle and paragraph of text followed by up to nine links in arrow-buttons below with an optional full-width graphic at the bottom.
Title, subtitle and up to nine paragraphs with arrow links with an optional full-width graphic at the bottom.
Title, subtitle, and paragraph of text followed by up to three box links below with a required image placed next to it.
Content block for links which jump to another content item further down the page
Shows the last time content in the section was updated
Displays content items from a sub-section in a masonry layout
Image with caption and options for Masonry grid customizations
Used for logo sets and downloadable media kits.
Large banner on landing pages and homepages with title, subtitle and paragraph text
Up to 4 mini spotlights with small circular image, heading with link, and short text
Used for creating news items. Summary and full text will appear in Zone A. Requires Organizer.
Automatically sorts, paginates, and displays content of a given type (such as blog posts, news, etc.) from a given section.
Content that appears in Zone A.
Large program overview with accordion below, listing degrees, majors, minors, and/or specializations
Box for links to program summary PDFs.
A list of up to nine links to appear in Zone B or C.
A short quote with attribution that appears in Zone A or B. Can choose from among 8 different background colors.
Basic content that appears in the sidebar on full-size screens and below Primary Content on smaller devices.
Displays banner above content zones on "standard subpage" page layout.
Configures your page width and other section customization options
Image slider using slickSlider.
Set of customizable social media icons in Zone B or C.
Featured quote with attribution next to a circular image
Content that will appear beneath the site navigation.
A testimonial from an alumnus/alumna, faculty member or other source.
Large banner on landing pages and homepages with section title.
Displays a tweet timeline for any Twitter account.
Video that plays on the page in Zone A. Works for Youtube or Vimeo videos.
Video in Zone B that plays in modal window.