Banner

Banners add large, full width images to the top of your page, along with a title, optional description and optional link.

Landing page in Carnation on desktop

How to Use a Banner:

In the Header Area of your content, select “Add Banner” from the dropdown. Then, fill out the following fields:

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  • Title (required): This field adds a headline to your banner. The placement of the title will depend on your theme and customization, but it will typically appear as large, all-caps text.

  • Color (required): The background color for your banner. You typically will not see this color in Lily or Carnation, but in Rose, it will display behind your text. Choose from the list of available options.

  • Description (optional): Displays beneath your Title. You have the option to style your text using the text editor, but it’s not as consistent as other places where you typically see the editor.

    [b]Recommendation ->[/b] Just enter basic text and don’t do anything beyond basic styling, such as bold or underline.

  • Image:

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    Use the image library to embed an image. You can upload a new image from your computer or reuse an existing image from your library. The image field is optional, but recommended.

    For recommended image sizes for your Open Y site, talk to your agency partner.

    How to add/edit images >

  • Link/Button: Add a URL and a link to the button on the page. The button on your banner cannot be styled without custom CSS/code. Using link/button fields ⇒

    Note: If you know a little CSS, you can have your agency partner install the CSS Editor module, and you can target .btn.banner-btn to change the default button.

Content Types that Support Banner

Last modified May 13, 2022: Paragraph pages link updates (90ec487)