Page block types
User Generated Form (UGF)
Content blocks are generally straight text.
- Don't be tempted to add an image to a content block (use the image block instead).
- Make sure you create using web writing best practices (lots of headings, short paras, bullets, short sentences, front-load information).
- Use the ALOT block for links, don't use in text links.
- Use styles for headings.
|Entries to care||2395||1334|
|Number of caregivers||3692 (61% family/whānau caregivers)||3556 (63% family/whānau caregivers)|
|Children living away from home who are with family/whānau or caregiver of same ethnicity||85%||89%|
Funding for iwi providers in 2017 to 2020
We now fund Māori providers more than $89 million. This is an increase of $35M.
This is an example of an "Informative" box out block.
The Oranga Tamariki website must be accessible to all users. All videos must have captions and a full transcript, which is entered into this field.
Item 1 accordion block
Content item 1 accordion block
item 2 accordion block
item 2 accordion block content
supporting content accordion block
Published: May 17, 2021