What Are These Elements?The Listing Elements group offers three types of lists. Each listing element shows content that is managed elsewhere, either in a different system or somewhere else in the content management system. Listing elements embody the principle of Create Once, Publish Everywhere (COPE), giving more reach to your words and images than a static, standard webpage can manage.
Links to instructions on using each are immediately below their examples lower on this page.
- Campground listing element
Shows some basic details for one or more campgrounds in a park. Draws on the data put into the structured data system. If you have changes you need to show, make those edits within the structured data system.
- Event listing element
Largely used by non-park websites, this element lists events that are created in the Event Manager (within the CMS). It's a great way for a parent park (e.g., NAMA) or some kind of site pertaining to multiple parks (e.g., the Alaska location based site) to show the events for constituent parks.
- Shared content listing element
The universal* listing element. It can show a wide variety of shared content types (articles, people assets, place assets, news releases, things to do, trip ideas, etc). A few examples are shown below, to illustrate the ways that the output changes, depending on the content types you want to list.
Campground Listing ElementBelow is an example of the campground listing element. It has space for an optional header and description, and then returns all kinds of details about one or more campgrounds in a given park. It features a little green or red flag to illustrate if the campground is currently open (with a note that an "open" campground may or may not be fully reserved, so check with the park for details).
One common way to use this element is to put it on your main campgrounds page for your park. If you have a lot of campgrounds, consider placing a few of them within some kind of logical category (e.g., Tent Only Campgrounds and then Vehicle Accessible Campgrounds or Campgrounds Needing Reservations and Walk-In Reservations Only, etc).