The most commonly used piece of content in T4 is page content. Page content allows you to add content (text, images, etc.) to a page. It can be used on both the public site and on myPortal. 

Creating page content

To add a piece of page content to a page, complete the following fields:

Name: Name the piece of content. This will help you recognize the piece of content in TerminalFour. The name of the piece of content will not show up on the website.

Title: Give the piece of content a title. This will show up on the website.

Main body: Enter the text you'd like to see on the website here. While adding or editing page content, you'll notice a toolbar above the main body field. This is the text editor. 

A screenshot shows the text editor, which allows users to format text and upload images to a piece of content in TerminalFour.

You can use this to format text (adjust alignment, bold or italicize a word, add headings to a webpage), add an image from the Media Library, add internal or external links and more. Learn more about formatting and the text editor.

Content moderators must keep accessibility in mind when formatting page content. Accessibility is "actively designing, developing and creating content in such a way that it does not hinder any person from interacting with the website" (Source: Web Access Initiative). As an educational institution, EVMS is required by federal law to adhere to accessibility standards. As a content moderator, you are responsible for helping keep, myPortal and any web apps that are used by EVMS audiences accessible.

Please refer to our accessibility standards to learn more about accessibility.

Once you have filled in the appropriate fields within the content type, click Save and approve at the bottom of the page to make the content live.

A .gif shows how to save and approve a piece of content in T4.