Blackbaud Website Package - Basic Modules
Basic Modules are modules included with every installation of the Blackbaud Website Package built on WordPress regardless of package level. You may view working demos of each module by clicking each box below.
- Lead Generation
The Accordion module provides a vertical list, and each item in the list can be expanded to display more detail.
The Alert module creates a basic alert box that can be placed anywhere on your page. This module is perfect for calling attention to a specific event that only has a few tickets left, or a campaign that is nearing its goal. These alerts can be styled as needed to match your specific brand requirements.
The Announcement Bar module allows you to create a site-wide announcement that appears either at the top of bottom of the page with options to dismiss it once viewed. This dismiss functionality utilizes cookies that can be set to a pre-determined length of time before the announcement bar will display again for that user.
Using the Audio module, you can insert one or more audio files from the Media Library or a single audio file from an external source, plus choose some playback options.
This module enables breadcrumbs on each page which adds additional navigation option for your users and also benefits your site SEO rankings.
The Button module is a button that you insert into your layout to lead visitors elsewhere within your site or to an external link. In addition, the Button has an extra capability: instead of following a link, clicking the button can open a lightbox that displays the video or any other content that you can insert with shortcut or HTML.
Allow multiple buttons to be created using a single module.
The Content Grid is a powerful module that allows for content to be loaded in and filtered by category. This is useful for providing a snapshot view of articles in your blog, providing a list of articles by categorical topic, or filtering by author.
Content sliders are typically used on landing pages with long narrow images. Often used for primary calls to action or as a mission statement/story slider, they can be utilized in the position of a traditional slideshow, or utilized for smaller calls to action throughout the page.
This module allows you to create complex content in one of four different “tiled” designs built into the module. Both static content and posts can be loaded into these tiles.
The Divider module adds a stylistic separator to your page content, which is especially useful in pages with multiple sections or with a substantial amount of content.
In come cases, you may desire to have a set of buttons aligned next to each other to guide a user in several directions on your site – for example, signing up for an event or learning more about it. This module allows for two buttons to be quickly built and placed next to each other for this purpose.
The Event Grid module pulls events from your site’s Event Calendar and aligns them in a visually appealing (and responsive) grid.
The Font Resizer module adds a set of controls to easily increase or decrease the font size of the content of your page. This is especially useful if you are developing a site focused on on a demographic that would benefit from larger font sizes, or are building a site as ADA-friendly as possible.
The Blackbaud Website Package built on WordPress utilizes Gravity Forms as its primary method of serving up web forms of various types. This module allows these forms to be easily loaded into a page via a module rather than the standard method of using short codes.
The Heading module inserts a heading or title into your row within the Page Builder.
The Hover Cards module allows for calls to action to be created that have a hover effect, revealing additional information, or buttons and other elements to drive engagement.
The Icon Module lets you insert icons from Font Awesome, Foundation, or WordPress into your layouts.
The Image module lets you insert an individual photo from your Media Library or a custom URL.
The Image Carousel module allows you to easily create a horizontally-scrolling slider of various images from your Media Library.
The Info Box module offers a method of displaying a heading, text, images and buttons formatted to drive a user to take a particular action.
The Map module inserts a Google Map with a marker pointing to an address you specify. The map automatically adjusts in size to fit in the column, and you can specify map height.
The Modal Box module allows for the creation of modal boxes (light boxes) that can contain a variety of content such as images, videos and forms. The modal box can also be set to display when clicked, display on page load and on exit intent.
The Number Counter module displays a number in an animated fashion, with the counter going from zero to the number or percent you specify.
The Gallery Module is used to display a gallery of images from your Media Library. Choose the Collage layout to display images in a mosaic. Choose Thumbs to display thumbnails of the images in a grid.
The Posts module allows you to load your posts into a page in a variety of different layouts. Included layouts are: Columns, Masonry, Gallery and List.
The Search Form module offers three different layouts presets to create beautiful search forms on your site. Choose from Classic, Minimal and Full Screen styles.
Add beautiful optin / subscribe forms that work with all popular mailing services like Mailchimp, Constant Contact and many more.
The Table module can be used to create tabular content for listings, directories, etc. The Table has responsive features built in that allow it to reformat itself for small screens.
Use the Tabs module to insert tabbed text content into your layouts. This is a great tool for inserting large amounts of text into a small space.
Display a list of team members with their photos, names, designations and links to their social accounts.
Use the Testimonials module to add a basic slider with testimonials to your layouts, or any other set of text and images that you want to display one by one with either autoplay or navigation.
Use the Text Editor module to add a block of text. The Text Editor module uses an instance of the standard WordPress editor. The difference is that you have more control in positioning the text on the page.
Use the Video module to embed code provided by a third party such as Vimeo or YouTube.