UCOP Cascade Help
Link list blocks
Applicable to: content pages | Skill level: easy
Goal: Create a new link list block for use in the right-side column of a content page.
Link list blocks are used in the right-side column of content pages, primarily for navigational purposes — to help users find related resources or go back to where they came from. As the name indicates, they are formatted as a bulleted list of links. The title of the block can also be a link.
Link list blocks live in the _blocks folder, usually with a folder called "link-lists."
Steps for creating a new link list block
Navigate to the _blocks folder in your Cascade asset tree, then select the link-lists folder (if your site has one). Click on the New dropdown menu in the upper left of your screen. Highlight Blocks and then select Link list.
Confirm that the Parent Folder is _blocks/link-lists. (If your site doesn't have a link-lists folder, the Parent Folder can be _blocks).
Give the block a Title.
Cascade will convert the Title you provide into a system name for the flex block when you submit. Please note: Because link list blocks tend to have generic titles like "See also" or "Related resources," you may want to rename your link list block after you create it using Move/Rename. Recommended practice is to include the name of the page or section in which the link list block is used, e.g., "best-practices-related-resources."
If you would like for the title of your block to be a hyperlink, use the Title Link field. This is optional.
Build your links.
You must provide Link text; this is the text that will display as a hyperlink in your link list block.
To add your link, you have three choices: Link destination (internal), File, or external link. You may only choose one option for each list item.
Use the plus sign to add more links to your list.
Click on the help icons  for guidance related to specific fields, and see more information about linking.
Respond to the spell check, link check and accessibility check if needed (hit "Submit" for all to save your changes).