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Date Range: Select a starting day and time, and an ending day and time to display the content on the page. For elements with no end date, select a date far in the future.
Page Categories: If pages in your site utilize different page categories, you may select pages of a certain category to show up. For example, you could pick "Students" and all the pages in your site that were created with that category will show the element.
Subsites: Specify subsites to show the specific element. The element will only show up if it is in this subsite. For example, the Santa Clara magazine could show an element in its three most recent issues by choosing the associated subsite folders for those issues.
Render Options: If you have customized the rendering options in your site, you can choose to display the object based on whether certain rendering options are turned on or off. For example, you may choose to display an element for pages that have the center content well breadcrumb trial activated.
SubSite Levels: Choose how many levels down in the site the element should show up. The level is relative to the main scu site, essentially the number of subsites following scu.edu/. For example scu.edu/cas/biology/ is a level 2 site. If level 2 was selected, the element would be displayed in all pages within the biology folder, but not any of the subsites (like cas/biology/staff/)
Weekdays: Select the specific days that you want the element to be displayed. For example: Saturday and Sunday
Specific times: Assign certain times of day to show the element. The time is based on a 24 hour clock. For example, 6:00 AM to 5:30 PM would be entered as 06:00:00 to 17:30:00
Browsers and other targets: You may choose whether or not content is displayed in the printer friendly version of a page, or may restrict viewing to particular browsers.
Variable Comparison: This is an advanced option, and may require additional assistance from the web team. This option can be used for displaying content based on extra information in the URL or from a form. For example: /newstudents/welcome.cfm?school=SCHOOL, where SCHOOL could be one of several values, shows different information for each of the academic departments.