Article Components

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Articles are components that contain text and images, and pull from Channels. Articles can be displayed either in list format (single line, multi-line), cards (horizontal, vertical, masonry), or in a banner carousel which rotates images and text captions.


The primary configurable areas fall into one of three categories: data, positioning, and styling.


The data section determines the Channel from which the articles are pulled. Select a Channel by clicking on the “Channel” box. More than one Channel can be selected for a component, and it can be further filtered by selecting a reference date and/or a description filter. Only articles with that date or description will appear. Additional configuration options are available depending on the article component type chosen.


The positioning section determines how the article content appears in the specific component. Configure the size and position of text and images, and whether or not date information should be displayed. If desired, the channel name from which the article originated along with the article summary may also be displayed, depending on the article component type chosen.


Set the color and text of the component on the screen. The background color and text color/size for the entire component may be specified for most article component types.

Display Options

Single Line List

A simple list of article links, displaying date, title, and channel.

Multi Line List

A list of articles with images, allowing display of article summary.

Vertical Card List

A vertical list of article cards with images.

Horizontal Card List

A horizontal list of article cards with images.

Masonry Card List

A list of article cards with images displayed in a Pinterest-style layout.

Banner Carousel

A auto-advancing carousel of images with article information laid over.