Components are a form-based type of reusable content that allows non-HTML content managers to leverage complex styling or coding.

To use a component:

  1. When in Edit mode, place cursor in the location you would like the feature to appear
  2. Select "Insert Component"
  3. Select the Component
  4. Add content to the Component Fields

[Fierce] Animated GIF with pause

The following information is need to use this component:

  • Static image (png, jpg, or gif) - preferably a still of the animation, must use same ratio as animated gif
  • Animated image (gif)
  • Height and width you want the image to displayed
  • Image margin

horse skeleton
horse skeleton trotting

[Fierce] [Blog] Blog Listing

This component contains the following customizations:

  • [OPTIONAL] Title 
  • [OPTIONAL] Number of Blog Items 
  • [OPTIONAL] Filter by Tag
  • Filter Condition (Any or All)
  • Display Type (Card or Articles)

Card Style

Blog Listing

In this episode of “On Par,” hear from Dr. Jeffrey Carter, professor of surgery for LSU Health New Orleans and the Medical Director of the Burn Center for the University Medical Center New Orleans. He and his team developed a spray-on skin called ReCell, which has helped reduce the length of hospital stays and the mortality rate from burns by more than half. He’s a biomedical innovator and researcher who aggressively pursues healing and is passionate about teaching.

Each year, Tigers of all stripes get into the holiday spirit during the LSU Holiday Spectacular. With events open to friends and family, students, staff, and faculty are treated to a day of fun that culminates with the Holiday Tree Lighting Event.

When finals week approaches, it’s time for the LSU President's Late Night Breakfast. Students took a break from studying on Nov. 28 to enjoy some great food and good cheer.

Article Style

[Fierce] [Calendar] Calendar Listing

This component contains the following customizations:

  • [OPTIONAL] Title 
  • Number of Calendar Items 
  • [OPTIONAL] Filter by Category
  • Filter Condition (Any or All)
  • Display Type (Carousel or Articles)

Carousel Style

Article Style

[Fierce] Gallery with Options

This component contains the following customizations:

  • Gallery Asset 
  • Gallery Output Type (Popup Slideshow Gallery, Carousel Gallery, Lightbox Gallery)
  • [OPTIONAL] Loop Popup Slideshow
  • [OPTIONAL] Slideshow Arrows
  • [OPTIONAL] Slideshow Buttons (Auto Play, Full Screen, Thumbnails, Close)
  • [OPTIONAL] Autoplay
  • [OPTIONAL] Autoplay Speed
  • [OPTIONAL] Carousel Arrows
  • [OPTIONAL] Loop Carousel
  • [OPTIONAL] Initial Slide
  • [OPTIONAL] Slides to Show
  • [OPTIONAL] Slides to Scroll

Popup Slideshow Gallery Type

  • To commemorate Juneteenth, members of the LSU community came together at the LSU Clarence L. Barney, Jr. African American Cultural Center.

Carousel Gallery Type

An artist’s rendering of the Louisiana State Seminary in Pineville, La., in 1866. The seminary would eventually relocate to Baton Rouge and become LSU after the Pineville campus burned in 1869.

Louisiana State Seminary in Pineville, Louisiana. - Rendering of original campus.

LSU cadets study veterinary medicine in the early years of LSU.

Cadets in Veterinary Classroom, circa 1900 - LSU cadets

The LSU football team of 1900 poses for a photo. The objects around the necks of a few of the gentlemen are actual nose guards, which historically did more harm than good.

Football Team, 1900 - LSU football team

In 1922 ground was broken on the LSU dairy barn. Today, the LSU AgCenter Dairy store sells homemade ice cream right on campus.

Dairy Barn Groundbreaking, 1922 - dairy barn

LSU’s Memorial Tower was dedicated in 1926 to pay tribute to Louisianans who lost their lives during World War I.

Memorial Tower circa 1926 - memorial tower

The 1911 Coed Club was an organization formed by women for women in the early years of female integration into college.

CC Club, 1911 Gumbo - Coed Club

Former Louisiana governor Huey P. Long poses with cadets of the Ole War Skule, who fought valiantly for our country.

Huey P. Long and Cadets of the Ole War Skule, circa - former governor Huey P. Long and cadets

Freshmen males meet to “learn the ropes” about being a Tiger in 1966. Thankfully, the tradition of purple and gold beanie caps is no longer followed.

Freshmen in Greek Theater - students

LSU law students study circa 1970. Today, LSU is a tobacco-free campus.

Law Students, circa 1960s - law students

From left to right: A.P. Tureaud, Jr., LSU’s first African American undergraduate, with students Nicole Moliere and Kirt Bennett, at the dedication of Tureaud Hall in 1990.

Tureaud Hall Dedication - dedication ceremony

One of LSU’s most recognizable alums, Shaquille O’Neal sits with former Chancellor William Jenkins, an LSU legend in his own right during the 1990s.

Shaquille O'Neal and Dr. William Jenkins - former chancellor and alumnus

In 2014 LSU had its largest African American graduating class in school history.

Summer Commencement 2014 - commencement in the Maravich Assembly Center

Lightbox Gallery Type

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Members of the crowd dancing at Juneteenth celebration.Members of the crowd chanting at Juneteenth celebration.Crowd listening to a speaker during Juneteenth celebration.Attendee viewing part of the exhibit at Juneteenth celebration.

[Fierce] [News] News Listing

This component contains the following customizations:

  • [OPTIONAL] Title 
  • RSS Feed
  • [OPTIONAL] Number of News Items
  • [OPTIONAL] Filter By Tag
  • Filter Condition
  • Display Type (Cards, Carousel, or Articles)

Cards Style 

News Listing

LSU students showcased their Artificial Intelligence solutions for real-world problems in healthcare, agriculture and academia on Tuesday, December 5, at the LSU Foundation Building's Harrison Board Room.

Kaitlyn Smith conducts cybersecurity research in LSU's College of Engineering and the Center for Computation & Technology, but she’s not your average LSU student. In fact, she’s not an LSU student at all—she’s a high schooler with a passion for cybersecurity.

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a way of reducing carbon emissions by capturing the carbon dioxide (CO2) produced by power generation or industrial activity; compressing and transporting it via pipelines, trucks, or ships; and then storing it deep underground in geological formations, such as saline aquifers or depleted oil and gas reservoirs. While CCS has proven to be mostly safe, there is always a chance of leakage.

Carousel Style

Articles Style

[Fierce] Responsive Video Embed

This is a simplied version of a video embed. The following information is needed to use this component:

  • Video URL, make sure you are using the "embed" version of the URL if the service you are using requires special encoding.
    • YouTube embed links contain /embed/ in the URL path
    • Do not use the full iframe code, only the URL is needed
  • Title of the Video for accessibility compliance
  • Width of embed display (100% or 50% of container are available options)
  • If displayed at 50%, the video may also be floated left or right of text