Every type of content page needs a 255-character summary. This summary appears at the top of the page, and in search results. It should say very briefly what the page contains — try to be as specific and concise as possible.
The caregiver review meeting has 2 purposes — to review the approval status of the caregiver, and to review their support plan.
A process block:
- starts with a heading
- can have an introductory sentence or paragraph
- contains a series of numbered steps.
Each step in a process block:
- has a heading
- has 1 or 2 paragraphs of text
- can link to more information about that step — for example, to a guidance page or the related block of a policy.
We can put 'edge case' information under an accordion so that only people who need it have to read it.
We try to structure headings for accordions as 'if' statements – for example, 'If te tamaiti is under 12'.
Add an accordion through the accordion block or the tab at the top right of the window for the text block or process step (if it's added through the tab, the accordion will always display at the bottom of the text block or process step).
We can add quotes to tie information back to 1 of our 8 practice standards.
Add a practice quote using the fields at the bottom of the text block window.
Practice quotes always display at the bottom of the text block.
Image blocks can be used on topic pages to add images, like flowcharts or photos. All images must have highly descriptive alt text and, if necessary, a longer description. These fields are part of the image block in the content management system.
Audio blocks can be used on topic pages to add MP3 and M4A files. All audio files must have a transcript.
Use the text block tinyMCE to format text as block quotes, notes and note boxes.
“Here is a block quote. This can be created by highlighting the text and clicking the quote marks next to the italics in the toolbar.”
Text can be given extra weight as a notice or alert by assigning the format notice-bar-blue. This should be used sparingly for key text at the end of a paragraph.