Sitecore has Drexel's text styles built into its basic HTML tags. This ensures a unified look and feel across all University websites with minimal coding needed.
There are several guidelines you must keep in mind as you create textual content for a page:
HTML is very logical, reading just like we do: left to right and top to bottom. Tags are the part of HTML that computers read. They create the structure of the content. Let's say you want a heading. You will put a heading tag at the exact point you want the heading to start and another heading tag where you want the heading to stop. Tags always open with a less-than sign (<) and close with a greater-than sign (>). For example:
Notice the ending tag has a "/" added to it, signifying it is the end of that element. If you were to write a sentence it would look like this:
<p>Drexel is a University.</p>
The most common tag types you will be using in Sitecore are below.
|Indicates a paragraph or section of text. Adds space between each paragraph.
|<ol></ol> and <ul></ul>
||Ordered list and unordered list, respectively
|Creates numbered lists and bulleted lists
|Used for each line entry in an ordered or unordered list.
|<h2></h2>, <h3></h3>, <h4></h4>, etc.
|Used in page hierarchy to indicate content sections.