You can display a feed from a College blog on your pages either in the main content area or in the Sidebar. See both examples on this page.
1. You will need the URL (web address) of the blog you want to add to your page, in our examples we used https://blogs.imperial.ac.uk/photography/. A list of recently updated blogs are on the Imperial Blogs home page.
2. Navigate to the page you want to add the blog feed to.
Note: If you want the blog feed to appear in the Sidebar rather than the main content area then you should add it to your Sidebar folder.
3. Select Blog feed content type from the content type list. See general instructions on adding a content type.
4. Fill in the details on the corresponding form:
|Field title||What should I do?||Is it compulsory?|
|Name*||This name will appear behind the scenes and needs to clear and concise so any other editors can quickly identify the content type they need to edit from all the others on the page||Yes|
|Heading*||This field adds the title and the link through to the blog. Our example used - Photography Digest||Yes|
|Blog URL*||This tells t4 which blog to display. Our example used this URL: https://blogs.imperial.ac.uk/photography/||Yes|
5. Click Save and approve to save your changes.
Example blog feed
Photography DigestMore from Photography Digest
Available light, Research in action, Uncategorized, psychedelics
In Pictures: The Centre for Psychedelic Research
Magic mushrooms VS antidepressants Inside the Centre for Psychedelic Research and the Psychedelic drug trial featured in tonight’s BBC…
Available light, Campaign, Events, Featured Shoot, Off Campus, Projects, Research in action, Asset library, Campus, COVID-19
Imperial’s 2020 in pictures
An unusual year on campus I’ve picked out some shoots to illustrate the story of 2020 from my perspective as Imperial’s in-house…
Available light, Portrait, Projects, Research in action, Campus, Portraits, Research Imagery, Support Staff
Lockdown and beyond at Imperial
Life on Campus during lockdown Here’s what the people still at work across Imperial are doing and what they’re looking forward to…
Available light, Photo tips, Tutorial, Video Calls, Video Conferencing
Looking better on Video Calls
Remote working means a LOT of video meetings… …which leaves you at the mercy of your ugly webcam. Here’s how to avoid its evil…