Welcome to the DU Portfolio. To get started, you simply need to start adding content by clicking the 'Add Item' button that appears in your portfolio header. You will then be prompted to select the type of content you want to add (files, text, photo album, etc).
Your portfolio is a collection of pages which contain categories that hold items (file, text, events, photo albums, and folders). Everytime you add an item, you will be prompted to select a category to place that item in. You can name pages and categories whatever you choose. Pages and categories are a helpful way for you to organize your content in a way that is meaningful to your audience.
Once you have added pages, categories or items to your portfolio, you can edit, move or delete this content.
Edit is triggered when hovering over an item. Move can be acted upon through click and drag once the cursor changed to indicate a move is possible when hovering.
You can add a banner or profile photo by selecting the appropriate button in your header.
For banners, you have a couple of options:
To perform any advance options, you can click the 'Settings' button in your header.
Some of the Settings functions include:
If you are managing a community, Settings functions also include:
The OTL has authored a number of useful documents and video recordings in our knowledgebase which can assist you in getting started with your Portfolio - and even help when transitioning from the previous Portfolio system.
Please contact the OTL Help Desk with questions at 303-871-2084 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can easily format your text items with our WYSIWYG text editor.
Note that pasting content from document creation software will strip out most of the formatting supplied by those applications. This will allow the user to apply the specific formatting options exposed by the system.
You can also embed external resounce by pasting generated iframe code through the "Sounce code" option. This option does expose the raw HTML though - so please be careful.
Note that there is no need to format any of the text. In fact - there is always an element of risk when dealing with HTML which could, in some circumstances, corrupt certain items.