Test Fusion Builder Elements nicholasg
Alert Element. Allows you to create close-able alers with various styling options. Not sure what we would use this for.
This is an “Alert” box, which lets you select a Type of alert (General, Error, Success, Notice, Custom), plus a bunch of style options including colors, icons, and 8 kinds of animations with options.
Blog Element. This seems to allow you to display tiled panels for recent blog posts. Lots of control over styling, number of posts, filtering by categories and/or excluding categories, and a bunch of other options.
The Membership Manager is a strategic contributor to the Museum’s evolving membership strategy, and manages the day-to-day implementation of all acquisition, retention, cultivation, member events, communications, and member benefits, member collateral, acquisition campaigns, member communications
Checklist Element. Seems kind of useless. Allows you to create a checklist of items with an icon and some text, and styling. Not much else.
Checklist item 1 thingy
Checklist Item 2
Checklist Item 3 Stuff
Code Block Element. Lets you insert a block of Code. Not sure exactly how it works, but might be useful for service calls to DB services. For example, a simple block of code could ping our image database and pull up a random image from Archives or Nat Sci. or whatever.
Code Block inserted here.
Content Box Element. Very powerful/customizable Box that allows you to control lots of styling options, with an icon, title, and HTML text box, with an assortment of link options.
Countdown Element. Allows you to set a date in the future, and it will display remaining time (weeks, days, hours, minutes, seconds). Styling options, etc. Could be useful for exhibit openings, Annual dinners, and other big events.
Counter Box Element. Doesn’t really do much — you hard-code a number, and the box either displays that number, or counts up to it (or down to it). You can add text below, and there are some styling options. Probably only good for numbers that a relatively static.
Seems useless. You set the number yourself. Probably only good for static numbers.
Counter Circle Element. Also kinda useless. You hard-code a number as a percent, and it shows the circle that percent complete. Can control colors and other styling options, but text has to be very small, and limited style control on text.
Events Element. Kind of basic. You can filter events by category, and control the number of events and number of columns. Can also control the Image size (drawn from the Featured Image of the Event).
An event every day that begins at 3:30pm, repeating indefinitely
Flip Boxes Element. Essentially the same as Content Boxes, except with a mouse-over “flip” feature, so you can have content on both sides of a virtual “card”. Could be useful for Staff pages, or quizes, or departments or something, where we can have a heading an picture on the front with some basic text, and more detailed content/links/etc. on the back. I haven’t figured out what the Animation does.
This is the Front Heading
This is for the front content text. Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.
This is the Back Heading
The back-side content can be HTML, with stuff, but for reasons I don’t understand it won’t let me add images. There are also some style settings (colors, borders, etc.). Can also add an icon image to the front.
Font Awesome Element. This is just the icon thingy that so many other elements incorporate, except this is ONLY the icon. There are 300+ icons to pick from. Each one comes in 3 sizes and can be used with or without a circle and every one is 100% full vector. There are animation options, and spin, static rotation, etc. Can’t select a custom one. Not sure what this would be good for, unless we want to have an icon placed somewhere.
Fusion Slider Element. This just lets you insert a Fusion Slider. No options other than Slider name and CSS.
This is an Ulua that looks bigger than it really is.
Google Map Element. Inserts a map of specified dimensions, with several customization options.
Image Carousel Element. Not very powerful. Allows you to scroll horizontally through images. Some style and animation options. Each image can have a link. Click on image to show image in a Lightbox. May have value, but images need to be individually created.
Image Frame Element. Basic single image element. includes a number of style options and some basic animation. Clicking shows image in Lightbox. Can select separate image files for displayed and lightbox image.
Layer Slider Element. Zero options. Just inserts an existing layer slider. Only shows names by ID number, not name, “Layer Slider #1″, Layer Slider #7”, etc. So need to know which ID number to insert.
Person Element. Allows you to set up a person profile page. Lots of style options, with basic info on person, including name, title, description, and image. May not be ideal for staff pages, because no way to filter, no categories, etc.
Richard L. Pyle, PhD.Associate Zoologist, Database Coordinator, Dive Safety Officer
Richard has worked in the fish collection at Bishop Museum since 1986, and continues his research on coral-reef fish taxonomy and biogeography, biodiversity informatics standards development (including ZooBank and BioGUID), and advanced diving techniques and technology.
Post Slider Element. Not sure why this doesn’t work, so not sure what it does. I assume it rotates posts through, using the various settings, but not sure we want to use it.
Progress bar Element. This just puts a static progress bar on the page. You have to enter the number manually.
Progress is progressing…20%
Recent Posts Element. This just displays recent posts, with options for which fields to display, column number, number of posts, categories (both to include and exclude), and some other options.
Haruo Uchiyama, a master wood carver from Japan, is bringing Honeycreepers to Bishop Museum!
Recent Works Element. Displays n-number of recent Portfolio items, with various options for displays, style, and links. Also allows for category filters to be displayed. Seems pretty powerful and versatile. If we end up using Portfolio items for things like Projects, Exhibits, Staff profiles, etc. then this could be useful. Need to explore more whether we should use Portfolio (allows custom categories, skills, tags, fields and other cool stuff).
The collection Manager is Arnold Suzumoto, Blah, Blah, Blah.
Tagline Box Element. Creates a box on the page for a standard set of fields, including Title, Description (both plain text), and additional text (HTML), plus a button with a link. Fairly good style control, plus some animation options. May be useful for “factoid” boxes or some sort of highlighted blurb.
Testimonial Element. Provides some control over display (only two templates, some styling), and allows you to enter all sorts of information about who provided the testimonial (name, company, avatar, gender, etc.). However, Testimonials need to be added manually (can’t draw them from posts). Probably better to maintain Testimonials as posts, and filter by category using any number of tools for showing posts.
A remarkable and moving tribute to beautiful Hawai‘i.
Visitor from Australia
Amazing! Beautiful! Overwhelming!
Visitor from Washington
What the Louvre is to Paris and France, the Bishop Museum is to Hawai‘i and Honolulu.
Visitor from Belgium
I enjoy it more each time I come! Mahalo.
Visitor from Canada
Text Block Element. Very basic text (HTML) block for text, images, links, short codes, etc.
Click edit button to change this text.
Title Element. Allows creation of a Title, with size options, border options, and some styling like color and margins.
Toggles Element. Allows you to display/hide text by clicking “+” sign. Good for FAQs, and maybe other stuff.