Static Content Widget
To add any type of static content, in the same design and visual style as that of other widgets, to your pages, use the Static Content widget. In this way, the content in the static content also has the same layout style options as the other widgets. You can experiment with background colors of this widget or simply choose the branding color of your app.
User Profile Widget
To add a contact information to your pages, use the User Profile widget. This is useful if you want to show a contact on a page, for example, on the Contact Us page. If the user profile contains details, such as location, department, job title, and so on, those are displayed.
File List Widget
To add a selection of files to your pages, use the File List widget. Users can open or download these files. For example, if you have a page on Corporate Social Responsibility, place all related files, such as guidelines, activities planned for the year, and so on, on the file list.
To add a box to call attention to particular information, warning, or a tip to your pages, use the Infobox widget. The colored box readily draws users’ attention to the content presented in it.
Hero Image Widget
To add a wide image to your pages to catch the reader's attention, use the Hero Image widget. You can also add a headline, subheading, or the button widget on the image itself. The widget ensures that the image looks good on both devices, by letting you select the area of the image that needs to be visible on the smaller mobile devices.
To add accordion menus to your pages, use the Accordion widget.Accordion menus are stacked headers which, when clicked, reveal content under each heading. This is extremely useful for pages with lengthy content that benefits from a structured presentation. Users get a clear overview of the page and can click the expandable accordion header to read the content within it.
To add a button to your pages, use the Button widget. You can link a website, email address or a phone number to the button. When a user clicks on the button widget, the associated function is triggered. This assists users in taking prompt actions. For example, you have paired an email address to a button. When a user clicks on it, the email client installed on the user’s device opens to compose an email to the given address.
News Stage Widget
To add a center stage to present your news on your pages, use the News Stage widget. You can choose from different layouts and transition styles for the sliders. You can play the video directly from the News Stage. You can define the number of posts to be included in the slider. In addition, you also have the option to include teaser text and social interactions, such as comments, likes, bookmarks, and sharing.
News Feed Widget
To add the Staffbase newsfeed to your pages, use the News Feed widget. The page or section of the page acts like a news segments, which lists posts from a news page or a channel. You can define the number of posts to be included in the newsfeed. Users can see the latest or most interacted-with news posts in the feed depending on the predefined sorting setting of the news page or channel.
Link List Widget
To add a list of useful website links to your pages, use the Link List widget. For example, in a page, you can add relevant links, such as links to picture and video galleries from the past activities, activities planned for the next year, and so on.
Link Tiles Widget
To add links to your pages, which are presented to the users in a tile format, use the Link Tiles widget. When a user clicks on a tile, the link associated with it opens. In addition, you can customize the layout by adding icons and modifying the background color.