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Web Publishing Style Guide Example

The Mills College website uses cascading style sheets to define the way text looks on all of the campus web pages. No font tags or other text modifications can be used. Rather, you will apply one of the following pre-defined 'styles' when creating your pages.

You will use Page Headers, Article Headers, Sub Headers and Page Nav styles along with bold, and italicized text to design your pages.

Sample top page navigation:

Fun At And Around Mills (pageheader)

Below you will find a list of fun things to do and places to go both on the Mills College campus and outside its gates.

Off-Campus Activities (article header)

The Bay Area is loaded with places to go, things to do, people to see...

Oakland (bold)

San Francisco (bold)

  • fun stuff one
  • fun stuff two

On-Campus Activities (article header)

If you're not in the mood to travel, no worries, stay on campus and enjoy the local hot spots...

Suzie's (bold)

  • fun here
  • fun here too

Founders (bold)

  • one
  • two

how to use  styles

Contact Information

P: 510.430.2209
F: 510.430.3399
E: webteam@mills.edu

Last Updated: 6/9/17