Sitefinity: Blogs

In Sitefinity, "Blog posts" is one of the out-of-box content data types. Blogs and blog posts are managed in the Sitefinity at /Sitefinity/Content/Blogs. Blog posts are then added to the page using the drag-and-drop Blog posts widget found in the Content section of the page editor toolbox. 

Below are various layout templates for the Blog posts widget component.

Blogs - Blog Post List

Full content is shown here with a limit of three (3) posts and pagination enabled.

Posts List: Default

  • Facebook template changes suggest another shift

    Many of us with admin permissions on Facebook pages have been getting notices these past few weeks about a new "Services" template designed for businesses that will be applied to our pages, unless we opt out. Here's how to do that.

  • techtalk

    Did someone say "SURVEY?"

    Our next TechTalk—scheduled for July 24 at noon in Levin Hall South—will feature an overview of Select Survey and Poll Everywhere, two free-to-use applications that make it easy to get feedback from your customers and audiences.

  • Adding a link to your Instagram bio

    Instagram's one of the three most popular social media channels at UTMB (the other two are Facebook and Twitter). There hasn't been a great way to link those Instagram accounts back to their home programs or departments. Until now. A Hubspot article published March 28 walks users through a newly added feature, the ability to add links and hashtags right in your account's bio.

  • Changing of the social media guard

    Our social media manager, Tamara Sherrod, has accepted a new position. The vacant social media position has been placed on hold. Pep Valdes will continue to provide oversight and will handle most of the administrative duties associated with the position. Shannon Porter (with Internal Communications) will help orchestrate our social posts and user engagement.

  • The world wide Facebook

    Have a professional interest in social media (or marketing or web development or business or communication or…)? There’s an article by Wired you need to read.

Posts List: Divider

CSS Classes: blog-post-item-divider
  • Some important reminders for tumultuous times

    Social media is reshaping our society, and it has significant benefits and potential risks. At UTMB Health, we have policies and rules governing social media use for department and program sites, as well as for personal accounts and pages on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and others. If you're on social media, you should be familiar with these guidelines...

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Posts List: Card

CSS Classes: blog-post-item-card
  • The Instagram Algorithm

    Hootsuite posted a great and helpful article by writer Paige Cooper on how Instagram "works" in 2019. She breaks it down into four easy to follow sections with actionable advice. It's a good read and worthwhile for any of us managing a UTMB Instagram presence. See it on the Hootsuite site...

Posts List: Card (W/ Grid)

CSS Classes: blog-post-item-card list-col-sm-6

The Instagram Algorithm

Hootsuite posted a great and helpful article by writer Paige Cooper on how Instagram "works" in 2019. She breaks it down into four easy to follow sections with actionable advice. It's a good read and worthwhile for any of us managing a UTMB Instagram presence. See it on the Hootsuite site...

Social Media: Some important reminders

We recently shared some information reminding the UTMB community about social media's benefits and risks, and UTMB's policies and guidelines governing social media use for department/program sites as well as personal pages. Remember: what you post matters, and even on a personal account, can have consequences. Please read more.

Posts List: Card (W/ Grid + Masonry)

CSS Classes: blog-post-item-card list-col-sm-6 list-masonry

The Instagram Algorithm

Hootsuite posted a great and helpful article by writer Paige Cooper on how Instagram "works" in 2019. She breaks it down into four easy to follow sections with actionable advice. It's a good read and worthwhile for any of us managing a UTMB Instagram presence. See it on the Hootsuite site...

Social Media: Some important reminders

We recently shared some information reminding the UTMB community about social media's benefits and risks, and UTMB's policies and guidelines governing social media use for department/program sites as well as personal pages. Remember: what you post matters, and even on a personal account, can have consequences. Please read more.

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