SharePoint Responsive > Page Layouts > Specialty Pages > Bio Page Layout
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6. Enter the faculty member's Department from the list by highlighting it and clicking Add.
To add or remove available department categories to choose from, go to the site root (aka homepage), and in Site Actions (top left drop-down menu), go to View All Site Content. In the Lists section click on the SiteDepartments list. You can add a new category by clicking Add New Item or edit existing categories.
If you wish, you can enter the faculty member's CV and/or Personal Website by linking them in the corresponding content area.
7. Add content to the Bio content area next. This is a main content area where you can format text like you would on a normal page. Usually, this content area contains either a couple-paragraph bio or a bulleted list of the faculty member's educational background, research interests, select publications and courses taught.
8. At the very bottom of the page under Page Info, add the Navigation Title and
Heading. This is usually the same and is the name of the faculty member.9. Save & Close and Check In the page when you are finished. Publish when you are ready.
After the page is published and the cache refreshes, the new bio page will appear in your Faculty A-Z and in the rollups of the corresponding department(s).
Important Notes: the bio cache refreshes three times per day - please be patient if the new page doesn't appear in the rollup right away. The same goes for deleting pages - see more about this on the
Bio System page. Please wait until after 4:30p.m. on the day you Published the bio page, and if it does not show up in your rollup then, feel free to
contact the Help Desk - this may indicate that the cache did not refresh as it was supposed to.
Troubleshooting: Some of the Bio Page Layout fields are especially sensitive. Let's say you click or tab to the Website field, but then don't enter any content. When you Save & Close, you may notice that the Website field renders but looks empty. To remove that field, edit the page, click in the empty field, and hit delete/backspace a few times. Save & Close, and double check that the field is now gone. If it's especially sticky, you may need to click in the empty field, go to Edit > HTML, and clear out any markup that may be in there.