Full-width element is the option to change standard look of the page with embedded internal or 3rd party element that spans through the whole width (content column and sidebar) of the page. It also changes the way introductory text is shown (together with special element, it takes whole width).
Embedded element can be anything - often it is youtube video, interactive infographic, iframe...
Embed code is added in article edit screen to the special field. To trigger sohwing that code into the page with changed layout, editors also need to turn on 'full_width_element' switch. This is needed because in some cases full width elements shouldn't be shown imediatelly or needs to be turned off after some time. In order not to delete content in special field (for example pasted 3rd party embed code), it is possible to 'activate' it using custom switch.
Different additional header graphics are activated for certain articles having some specific topic. For example, every article assigned with topic 'FC Basel' has appropriate Rotblaulive.ch banner that links to dedicated page.
Simlarly, for previous election campaigne there was accompaining banner for every article covering that topic that linked to the page with all candidates and with possibility to filter by political party, region and status.
Article figure can be sideshow or image.
If article is marked as Kommentar, which is done in backend by assigning special topic to the article, then layout also changes a little bit showing author portrait and byline, indicating that content is actually editorial comment on some topical issue.
Voting tool widget can be automatically shown after first paragraph of body text, floating on the right. Every article can get separate question and set of answers. This widget is interctive - logged-in users can vote for one of offered options, and after voting, overal result (percentage of votes for every option) is shown. This functionality depends on the Newscoop Debate plugin.
Interaction triggers is set of functions shown upon clicking the 'Mehr zum Thema' button under body text of every article. These functions are:
Article comments is advanced commenting feature that allows flat comments as well as comment replies (second-level comments). Commenting is open to all loged-in users. Next to comment text there is user profile picture picture, with colored border (different colors present different levels of user accounts) - Link to user profiles page
Comments can be filtered to only recommended comments (editors need to mark such comments in backend with special switch in comments management or in article edits screen), all comments view (with levels indicating comment replies) or in chronological flat list which shows all received comments in timely order.
Every comment has sharing options, meaning it can be individually shared to social networks, in emails etc - provided link will lead to the position on the page where specific comment is shown.
Comment listing under the article has 'show more' button activated after few comments shown - when clicked, rest of article comments are loaded.
Every single comment, if too long, will be truncated to first 500 characters, with link 'more' that opens rest of the comment text.
Hintergrund zum Artikel - every 'news' or 'newswire' article has trigger button which shows backpage of article.
Artikel teilen are simple sharing buttons for most popular social networks (Facebook and Twitter), button to recommend by email, and button that sends foramted version of article content to whatever is configured as default printer.
Honorieren widget - is Call-to-action element that offers site visitors to become supporters of different levels by paying annual contribution.
Mehr zum thema is widget showing topics (linked to theme page with listing of all articles with that topic) assigned to the article, as well as 'follow topic' dialog where users can subscribe to some of offered topics.
Verwadte artikel is manually curated list of related articles. Editors can add those in article edit screen in backend
Article map - when geo-location is defined in backend (with POI - point of interest - or without it), saved map view that is set in backend will be shown in sidebar of article page. There can be one or more POIs that further can hold multimedia infomration such as image, video, text. It is available in 'balloon' that opens when POI marker is clicked.
If article is part of dossier, element will be shown in sidebar. This element pulls data from dossier article - cover image, title, and link to dossier page.
FC Basel - If article is assigned topic 'FC Basel', there are three special 3rd party stats widgets that are shown in the sidebar.
Backpage of the article is view which shows additiona information about article.
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