Note: Beginning March 25, 2021, some SSU Drupal sites will be using a new Drupal theme. This page illustrates the paragraph bundle styles on the old theme.
SSU Drupal sites offer some pre-built and style blocks known as Paragraph Bundles. These are mostly available on Landing Pages, but some can also be used with Basic Pages. To add them to your page, login to your site, select a page to edit, then scroll to the bottom of the editing screen and click on Sub-Content. You'll see buttons for the various Paragraph Bundles. Click images to zoom.
Below are screenshots and descriptions of the various Paragraph Bundles that can be applied to Landing Pages in Drupal.
Uses the WYSIWYG editor for the Body. Works for up to about 10 lines of text. Can include images or other media.
Paragraph with Menu
Similar to the Simple Paragraph, but with additional fields to add a short menu of links on the right side.
Multiple testimonial items including an image, quote and attribution. Displayed as a carousel.
Links and Map
Up to 9 button-like links, and the department's location information with a Google map.
Two Row Paragraphs
2 paragraph blocks, each with heading, brief text, and multiple button-like links. The first paragraph has a background image. The second paragraph can include an image.
Three Column CTA (Call To Action)
Three equal size images, with places for category text, title and link.
Heading and 3 or 6 images that link to other pages, plus an optional button-link at the bottom.
Insert and stack content into multiple collapsible accordion items.
Multiple brief items, like promotional stats, displayed in a carousel against a background image.
A set of 2-6 tabs, each containing content in a variety of formats. The Tabbed Paragraph has a Title and Body, and then Individual Tab Items. Those can include some nested Paragraph Bundle types, like Grid Items or Accordions.