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    The [QuickLinks:] tag allows you to insert a titled box containing a list of links into an article.
  • Adding content to and removing content from the left and right columns

    The [AddContent:] and [ClearContent:] tags can be used to add content to and remove content from the left and right columns of your web pages.
  • Embedded Summaries

    The [Summary:] tag allows you to insert the title and summary from another article into a page.
  • Copying articles

    Logged in users with moderator permissions are able to copy articles in the content management system
  • Accordion

    An accordion or concertina style interface can be created using the [Accordion:] tag.
  • Slideshows of all the images in another article

    The [ArticleImagesSlideShow:] tag allows you to generate an slideshow of all the images (except for the summary image) contained in another article.
  • Example page containing images for a slideshow

    The images on this page are used in article
  • Tab Menus

    The [TabMenu:] tag allows you to insert a tab style menu into a page to allow navigation within a subsection of the site.
  • iCalendar Files

    Calendar events are traditionally shared using iCalendar (.ics) files. These are often attached to event invitation emails and are widely used across calendaring applications.
  • Redirecting to other pages

    Webulator allows a page to automatically redirect to another page using [Redirect:] command
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How to use breadcrumbs to help users navigate your site

You can use the "BreadCrumbs" command embedded in your article text to create nicely formatted multiple links to other articles at the top of an article.

The simplest way to use the BreadCrumbs command is:

[BreadCrumbs:]

This will insert a sensible bread crumbs chain at the top of the article, based on the section of the site and the article title.

If you require more detailed control, the format of the BreadCrumbs command is:

[BreadCrumbs:label 1,link 1,label 2,link 2,...,label n,link n]

There is no limit to the number of labels and links and the final link is optional - if there isn't one, the last item in the list will just be the label which won't be a link.

The example shown above would display at the top of the article as:

Label 1 > Label 2 > ... > Label n

with Label 1 being a link to link 1, Label 2 being a link to link 2 etc.

For example you might insert this on the homework policy article to easily navigate a list of links to school policies on a parents page:
[BreadCrumbs:Parents,/parents,Policies,/parents/23,Homework Policy]
which would appear at the top of the homework article page like this:
Parents > Policies > Homework Policy

"Parents" would be a link to the Parents main section page (/parents), "Policies" would be a link to article number 23 with the parents section menu highlighted (/parents/23) and "Homework Policy" would not be a link but would just be an indicator that the current page was showing the homework policy.

How to use breadcrumbs to help users navigate your site

You can use the "BreadCrumbs" command embedded in your article text to create nicely formatted multiple links to other articles at the top of an article.