The types in the subnavigation above are considered Frost's most popular types and come with many different module styles. The Frost 2.0 module library offers additional types that have proven to be useful to publishers, but have only one style when used. Learn more about what they are and what they look like below.
- If you configure Google Adsense in your business console, you can cut out the everyday usage of that console by placing Ad slots manually and dynamically in your site or page layout in Brightspot.
- Frost 2.0 has Contact Us, and Custom Form field options, with Newsletter Module styles.
- Galleries can live alone as landing pages like this, or can live as modules in a page or text body. This is a way for editors to program multiple images without taking up too much room on the page.
Title of the Example Gallery Module:
- HTML Modules can be an extremely useful tool for third party embed code on a site. Using HTML Modules instead of directly copy + pasting into articles makes the embed code searchable, editable and reusable within Brightspot.
- HTML Modules do not appear in AMP pages or feeds. For iframe embeds, please use the Iframe Module instead.
- iFrame Modules are very similar to the HTML Module above, except the iFrame is has URL field instead of an embed code, and the editor can control the height and width of the module. Also, iFrame should be used for AMP pages!
- The Media Module allows editors to promote video, image or audio files with a title and description. This module type allows an audio or video file to be played within the page, instead of taking the user to a separate page promoting the video.
Here are two examples of the Media Module showcasing a video.
Media Module Full Width
Default Media Module
Note: There is no CTA button option on this module. The purpose of it is to keep the user engaging with content within the current page.
- Playlists can live alone as landing pages like this, or can live as modules in a page or text body. Think of it as the Gallery module, but with videos!
Rich Text Modules
- Rich Text Modules provide the ability to place a text block in any page grid. The Rich Text Module comes in a card and a full-width option. This module allows editors to publish enhancements within it, such as images, videos and other modules. Fun fact, this page was created with a Rich Text Module!
- Tab Modules are a way for the editors to break up a long page's content. Think of the Tab Module as a subnavigation within a page, that allows users to toggle and view the content programmed within each tab. Each Tab item is an anchor link of the page it is placed on.