Lift-up L with CTA button Lift-ups

Lift-up L with CTA button Lift-ups

Case reference

Improving the efficiency of daily operations of a nuclear facility in Loviisa, Finland

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What

A lift-up block that can include gated content.

Where

This module can be placed anywhere and used for any content that is not to be dynamically updated.

DO

Call-to-actions
Use the primary CTA style (solid button) is to be used for the most important action and the secondary CTA style (stroked button) for the secondary action.

DON'T

Use the CTAs for unrelated actions options like “Read this case” and “Read about Loviisa powerplant”. In cases like this, use the lift- up M-L or S instead.

The module can link to 1-2 pages.

Label
Mandatory

Header
Mandatory

Desciption
Mandatory, will automatically come from CMS

CTA buttons
One button is mandatory, two buttons are optional

Background color
Mandatory, can be chosen from Fortum color palette.

Button

The module can be used with a single button.

Case reference

Improving the efficiency of daily operations of a nuclear facility in Loviisa, Finland

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Two buttons

If two buttons are added, the other button gets the secondary CTA style.

Case reference

Improving the efficiency of daily operations of a nuclear facility in Loviisa, Finland

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To create the module in the CMS

Navigate to Manage Content modules Add custom block Lift up.

Add a value to the Block description field. This is used later when referencing the module from the admin UI, and will never show on the frontend. It should follow the naming convention: Section name_module type_description

When creating a Lift-up L with CTA button, the following fields are required;

   1. Lift-up type (Set to With CTA (L))

   2. Title

   3. Block description

   4. Body text

   6. CTA (URL and Link text)

   8. Theme

Optional

   5. Subtitle

   7. CTA secondary (URL and Link text)

 

When ready, save your module. It will not show on the frontend until attached to a page.

 

Support

In case you can't find answers from this guide, you can contact Indiana support.

ACB

Indiana Application Change Board
icat [at] fortum [dot] com

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