WiscWeb - Displaying headlines in content layouts

This document will introduce you to content layout headings and how to update them.

What they do

Content layout headlines are h2 headings that are centered above the content included in that content layout. They provide a title for that grouping of content and can also be linked to (via jump links) by using the RowID option. They work best when you have multiple content layouts on a single page.

They are denoted with a single red line above the h2 heading.

Content Layout Heading Example:

Text on a WiscWeb webpage with an arrow pointing to the headline field

How to update headlines

To update a headline for a content layout, follow these steps:

  1. Locate the content layout that you'd like to add a headline to
  2. Click on the gear icon in the top right corner of the content layout box

    Content layout settings

  3. Locate the field that says Headline
  4. Add in the text you'd like as your headline

    Headline text field

  5. Update or Publish your page


  • If you are seeing h2 headings that are centered on your page but cannot find where to edit them, make sure you are clicking on the gear icon in the top right corner of the content layout. The settings for the content layout are only visible after clicking the gear icon.

  • The "Options" section must remain open when changes are made until the first save of a draft, or a publish, as closing the Options area will remove the update prior to that.