News Feed - Slider One

This component adds a slider that shows the most recent news story. To add this component to your site, click on the Components icon in the page editor toolbar (the icon looks like an atom diagram). Choose News Feed - Slider One.

Note: it may help to add a horizontal line (available in icon bar) before and after the slider to separate it from the rest of your content (as below). You can also add the component to a separate editable region with the background set to "grey". 

Component Form Fields

Tags: Enter the tags(s) for the articles you want to pull. Note that the posts will also need to have those tags. In the example below is pulling posts tagged as "alumni-spotlight". You can add more than one tag, separated by commas (no spaces).

#of Posts: Set the number of posts. If you want to "turn off" the slider arrows, you should choose 1.

Arrows: You can remove the arrows. This is good for news feeds where there are few posts available.  


photo of Justin Harty

Years before Dr. Justin Harty (A.A. ‘08) became a trailblazer in the field of Social Work and an assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Arizona State University, he was a high school graduate questioning if college was the right path for him. He worked at Menards for the first few years after high school before deciding to enroll at Harper part-time. Read More

Dr. Christopher J. Schneider and Dr. Stacey Hannem

Distinguished Alumnus Dr. Christopher J. Schneider and co-author Dr. Stacey Hannem will discuss their new book ‘Defining Sexual Misconduct’ at Harper College on April 13. Read More

Randal Allen

Harper College helped Randal Allen turn his life around. The scientist, professor and donor is dedicated to helping others gain new opportunities via scholarships. Read More

Maria Vargas Paralegal Studies

Maria Vargas received her law degree in Mexico. After becoming a U.S. citizen, she earned her paralegal certification at Harper College to work in immigration law. Read More

Illini Solar Car

Harper College alum Tim Damisch is president of the Illini Solar Car Team, which will compete this summer in the American Solar Challenge. Read More


Last Updated: 6/13/22