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Oliver B. Pollak

Pacific Street Memories

by Oliver B. Pollak

Paris has the Champs Elysees; New York, Broadway and Madison Avenue; Chicago boasts Michigan Avenue; and Los Angeles has the Sunset Strip. Streets in Lincoln and Council Bluffs are featured in two recent books, A Street Named 'O' by Mary Jane Nielsen and Council Bluffs: Broadway by Richard Warner and Ryan Roenfeld. Omaha has Dodge Street with its expressway, but my flight path is Pacific Street. ...continue

Features Archive

Why use it?

Maybe you've got some content that you'd like to, well..., feature. Here's an easy way to do just that.

How to use it

Simple. Create an image exactly 275px wide by 183px high. Now you can copy the 'put this code in your page <body>' section below. Change the <img src'"_______"> (in bold) so that it points to your image - and don't forget to change the 'alt' tag (in bold) as well. Now edit the headline and text (don't change the paragraph classes). Edit the links if needed (again, don't change the paragraph class), and if not just delete that paragraph. If your story continues on another page be sure change the link with the class 'btn-this-list' (in bold) to point to that continuation (as well as the 'continue . . .' link). If you have a page where you keep all your past features, be sure change the link with the class 'btn-this-all' (in bold) to point to that page (as well as the 'features archive' link. If you don't need either button, just delete the contents of the <div class="btns-r"> – but do not delete that div itself, or its end tag. And as usual, don't mess with any of the other parts of the code.

put this code in your page <body>:

<div class="feat">
  <h3>feature</h3>
  <img alt="Oliver B. Pollak" src="http://www.unomaha.edu/news/features/img/people/pollak_o.jpg" width="275" height="183" />
  <div class="btns-r">
    <a href="http://www.unomaha.edu/news/feat/2008/0115/" class="btn-this-list"><span class="hide">This Feature</span></a><a href="http://www.unomaha.edu/news/feat/2008/0115/" class="btn-all-list"><span class="hide">Features Archive</span></a>
  </div>
  <div class="feat_txt">
    <p class="box_77"><strong>Pacific Street Memories</strong></p>
    <p class="date">by Oliver B. Pollak</p>
    <p class="box_77">Paris has the Champs Elysees; New York, Broadway and Madison Avenue; Chicago boasts Michigan Avenue; and Los Angeles has the Sunset Strip. Streets in Lincoln and Council Bluffs are featured in two recent books, A Street Named 'O' by Mary Jane Nielsen and Council Bluffs: Broadway by Richard Warner and Ryan Roenfeld. Omaha has Dodge Street with its expressway, but my flight path is Pacific Street. ...<a href="http://www.unomaha.edu/news/features/pollak-o.php">continue</a></p>
    <p class="fineprint"><a href="http://www.unomaha.edu/news/features/archive.php">Features Archive</a></p>
  </div>
</div>

note:

Don't make changes that compromise the designed function or appearance of the widgets. They should look, and behave, the same way no matter where they appear. Changes to font sizes, link colors, and/or other elements cause uncertainty for users, and compromise the visual and functional design that is part of the UNO brand. So please, use the widgets only as they are designed, and only for their intended uses. These widgets are only for use in the right-hand column (04 Main Content Right Column) of the WTA_01 template.

Content last modified: December 22, 2010, 8:24am