Category Archives: Asset Management

Widgets

Creating a new widget

1. Click on the Plus () icon in the tools section of your Current Widgets Box.

2. An edit box will show at the top of the screen.

Widget Name: This will be the name for the widget. We recommend using a short, descriptive word to help you remember. (example: 1 Col Video Widget)
Page Description: This text will be shown as a title for your widget. We recommend using an SEO keyword, as it will generate as an H1 that google will read as a header. (No more than a few words)
Widget Description: This should correspond to the widget name, as in some widgets can be used to identify the page. (example: to say “Marketing Videos” we put “Marketing” here)
SEO Text: This text will be used as a short description of the widget. We recommend using this area for SEO driven content, with specified keywords. (50 – 100 words)
Call to Actions: From the drop down, please select an already created Call to Action to display if your widget has a spot for a Call to Action.
Template: From the drop down, please select the HTML template you would like to use for the layout of your widget.
Associated Style Sheet: Enter the complete URL for an external stylesheet (CSS)
Private: Select YES/NO to set privacy settings of this widget. If YES is selected, users must enter credentials to view.
Start Date and End Date:Enter dates to limit the content that is displayed on the widget. (example: if you only want to show videos that were created during an event, enter the dates of the event)
URL for Videos and Articles: Set the slug for where your asset detail pages live. (example: /video for your videos to play at www.website.com/video/?examplestring )
Widget to use for Asset (Video, Article, Whitepaper, etc) Details: From the drop down, select an already created widget that will be used for any asset you click from this widget.
Display Assets (Video, Article, Whitepaper, etc) as a Pop Up: Select YES/NO from drop down.
Tags: Check the tags that are relevant for this widget.
Categories: Check the categories that are relevant for this widget.

3. Click on the Save icon of your Widget Details Box.

4. A widget ID and WordPress Code should have been generated.

5. Use the WordPress code as a shortcode in any page, post or widget in your WordPress site.

Edit a current widget

1. Click on widget you would like to edit.

2. An edit box will show at the top of the screen. See field descriptions above ^

3. Click on the Save icon of your Widget Details Box.