New webpages are basically blank. You use web parts to place content on a page, whether that content is text, images, videos, or content from other sources. Each web part is dedicated to a particular type of content.
- [Instructor] I can add sections and web parts…to this page in order to build it out.…And what I'll add, depends on my purpose for the page.…I'd like to add some sales videos here.…And, first, I'm going to throw the page into edit mode;…simply choosing edit.…Remember that if the page isn't open,…you can go to the pages library to grab it.…And, immediately I have some choices.…I can add a new section here,…which I will do for one of two purposes.…
Either because I want to add some different content…and a section is a way to group content together…so I can rearrange it, or that I'd like to have…a different layout.…Or I can add a web part.…So, for example, let's first add a simple web part,…a text web part.…And, I'm going to indicate that the videos on this page…can be shared.…That's cool.…Now what I'd like to do is I'd like to add…a new section to my page.…
So I'm going to click add new section.…I'm going to add a section…that's called one-third right column.…I have five choices: one column, two column, three column,…
- Recall the best size and file type to use when changing the default logo.
- Recognize which page is created by default when creating a new site.
- Identify the site that provides a high image-to-text ratio.
- Explain why you would copy a page when creating the site pages.
- List the default Hero web part layouts for Showcase and Topic communication sites.
- Identify the field that appears when you open a custom list.
- Summarize why you would create a PowerApps app for a custom list.