Sidebar Content

Notice Regarding Banner Usage: Beginning June 1, 2014, the use of banners on Luther College websites will be discontinued in favor of more prominent and mobile-friendly web elements. Banner substitutes are detailed below, which include options for sidebar content.

  • Call to Action Buttons
    Call to action buttons are useful for promoting permanent pages and websites, in addition to ongoing registration forms. Call to action buttons are used exclusively with the intent in mind to move website users to complete the intended action. Call to action buttons also include built-in web code to produce marketing campaign data such as click-through rates.
  • Sidebar Callout
    Sidebar callouts are useful for promoting temporary events and forms as colors such as yellow and red can be used to draw immediate attention. Only one sidebar callout is allowed to be used at a time to avoid confusion among website users.
  • Sidebar Section
    Sidebar sections are useful for promoting events, forms, pages, and websites. Multiple sidebar sections can also help with organizing content for website users. The sidebar section itself can't include a hyperlink, but the included paragraph content can contain hyperlinks.
  • Sidebar Image
    Sidebar images are useful for promoting events, pages, and websites. Custom sidebar graphics are designed by the Web Content Team and can be requested by contacting Travis Huinker through email at huintr01@luther.edu or phone at 563-387-1417.

This is an example of a call to action button. Call to action buttons can be displayed in blue, green, yellow, and red.

Sidebar Callout

This is an example of a sidebar callout. Sidebar callouts can promote events, forms, pages, and websites, such as the Web Style Guide.

Sidebar Section

This is an example of a sidebar section. Sidebar sections can promote events, forms, pages, and websites, such as the Web Style Guide.

Sidebar Image

Sidebar Image

This is an example of a sidebar image. Sidebar images can promote events, pages, and websites, such as the Luther CMS Updates Blog.