Content types

When creating a page for your website you need to select a Content type. The Content type defines the base template, initial content and components used for the new page. Content types help us to organise and update our content more efficiently.
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Basic

Despite its name, a flexible and frequently used Content type. Use it for long as well as short-form content. 

Basic - learn more

Student profile

A dedicated Content type for displaying a current or former student's account of their experiences at The University.

Student profile - learn more

News story

Does what it says on the tin. Use it to make sure your news shows up in the right format and places.

News story - learn more

News index

A Content type that creates an automatically populated list of all the published news stories created within your group.

News index - learn more

News link

This flexible Content type is used to create a teaser view link to either an internal or external news story. It can be embedded within a page or to add a listing to the News index page.

News link - learn more

Modules

If course module information in the central online prospectus isn't suitable for prospective students then use this Content type to show modules on your department website.

Modules - learn more

Hub

A destination covering a topic of high importance to visitors. Use it to signpost to related and more detailed pages.

Hub - learn more

Home

Often the first page a visitor sees. Use it to guide them to the information they're looking for.

Home - learn more

Legacy Content types

Standard

This discontinued Content type was replaced by the more powerful and flexible Basic Content type for default page creation. The Pilot New CMS websites made extensive use of these.