The following is some information about the modules that make up the different parts of the website and how to use them.
Pages in this website are not used like a typical WordPress website and are mostly blank. That is because the page by page content is so complex and varied that a single WYSIWYG could not be used to managed the content. Instead, a module called Sections should be used for managing most of the content.
There are some settings on the page edit screens that are quite important, though. Those are the ones for adding a header image, text overlay for the header image, and the position of the text overlay.
Found in the left menu along with Pages, the Sections module is by far the most important part of the website. With this module, it is possible to add diverse sections of content to a page including bordered blue boxes, orange boxes, regular content, and shortcodes for more advanced content.
For displaying the filterable resource boxes on the Disease Resources page.
Individual boxes can be modified using the "Disease Resources" module in the left navigation.
For displaying the FAQ questions and answers on the Disease Resources page.
Individual FAQs can be modified using the "FAQs" module in the left navigation.
For displaying the infographic with popup text on the Services & Programs page.
Definitions, and buttons that assign definitions to different categories and columns within the image can be modified using the "Infographic" module in the left navigation.
For displaying the blue service boxes in the "Prevention and Treatment" section of the Services & Programs page.
Individual Service Programs can be modified using the "Service Programs" module in the left navigation.
For displaying the grid boxes under the Research Library section on the Research page.
Individual organizations can be managed using the "Research Organizations" module in the left navigation.
For displaying the grid boxes and blue info boxes below under the Research Organization section on the Research page.
Individual boxes can be managed using the "Research Library" module in the left navigation.
For inserting the contact/connect Gravity Form in a section; originally used on the Connect page.
Form fields can be modified by going to Forms in the left navigation.
For showing the blue follow boxes on the connect page.
Individual boxes can be modified using the "Follow Boxes" module in the left navigation.
Very simple one that just shows the social links on the Connect page.
Individual social links can be modified under Arthritis BC General Settings in the left navigation.
For showing the community partner grid boxes and info on the About Page.
Individual boxes can be modified using the "Community Partners" module in the left navigation.
The home page consists of a slider, a search form, and three custom links.
The home page slides can be modified by clicking on the "All Home Slides" menu item. By clicking edit on any of those listed slides, you can update the image and the link (optional).
The other items on the home page can be modified under "Home Page Settings" under the same menu including the text overlay on the slider, the three special links, and even the height of the slider in pixels.
This is just your typical area for uploading any kind of media to WordPress and using it in your posts, sections, and custom post types. You can go directly to Media to upload your media, but it is usually possible to upload media directly through the WYSIWYG editor.
Not much here so far. You can find your Google+, Facebook, and Twitter link URLs in here.
Also found in the left menu, I created these special modules so that HTML text could be used to create the infographic instead of using an image. This way, the text is sharper, buttons can be re-organized at will, and the left and right sections can also be stacked on top of each other on smaller screens.
Go to "Definitions" under this menu to modify all the definition text that appears in the popup when you click the buttons. The label on the button also comes from the Definitions module. It is the text found in the "Word" field.
Go to "Buttons" to manage the buttons in the different sections and columns. You can drag and drop them in the order you want them, and use the select box to determine which section and/or column they will appear in.