Page block types

There are a number of different types of page blocks you can use to display content when you put a page together

User Generated Form (UGF)

Check if yes

Content block

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.


Supporter summary


Map block

Table block

Progress measure 2017 2020
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%

Data block

Data block

More than

Funding for iwi providers in 2017 to 2020

We now fund Māori providers more than $89 million. This is an increase of $35M.

Box out

This is an example of an "Informative" box out block.

Image block

Teens basketball 3x5
Caption Image: Credit text

Image block with supporting content on the right.

Desktop image size settings (uncontrained).

Learn more

Video block

Video 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.

Accordion block

intro accordion

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