Page Title in H1
Subheader in H2 – short statement
If there is some introduction text, which is 1-2 sentences but not more, we can put that in H5 which makes it look nice and bold like this. Anything longer than this though should probably just be a regular paragraph.
Here is where content text could start.
- The opening headers (all 3 items above) are left-aligned on program pages.
- For a “landing page” – basically a page that has very little content but just photos, headers, and links – then we center the headers at the top of the page.
- Pearlstone and Freedman each have their own saved “Location Bar” (with assigned color) to be inserted on those pages. They also have their own footer to add at the end of a page
- Set the Featured Image on the sidebar of any page. It should be at least 1500 px wide – otherwise it will be blurry
Photo & Text Callout
On landing pages we use a few of these stacked, with photos on alternating sides. Each Photo can have a bit of text here, and then can have up to two buttons below.
Photos should be at least 800 px wide and a standard horizontal photo ratio (that is, not square)
When adding a button, you need to change the text color (white) and background (red – look for the rust sort of red that’s at the top of the color options, called Red). You also generally have to center them.
Tabbed Nav Header (H3)
Tabbed Nav is a system that can condense a lot of information on a page using what we might call a sidebar.
Make sure to start each content area of the sidebar/tabbed nav with a H2 Header. It does not need to be same text as the sidebar menu item.
You can use a H4 subheader below that, as needed.
Header 2nd Tab
You can add Accordions into these tabs as well.
Accordions are a great way to condense information for a FAQ section. They’re also great for displaying a form other other details only when someone clicks to show them.
Header 3rd Tab
Block with text. You can also insert images – but should set them to be “Medium” sized and right align.
Cover is a block that stretches the whole width of the page. You can use this to call attention to key information. Backgrounds can be Green, Brown, or Purple.
If you add a button, make the background white with the text in bold and the same color as the Cover background.
Section Header (H3)
You can expand an Accordion to have content below it.
There is no limit to how many you can have.
Filtered Event List
All Events are tagged with a location, department, and audience. You can add an event list that filters by these items. You can choose either the 3 big events, just a simple list of 6 events, or a combination of 3 big + 4 small events listed like this.
Sukkahfest at Isabella Freedman
September 29, 2023
Falls Village, CT
Celebrate the harvest! Sukkahfest is perhaps the most joyous, and most diverse celebration of the holiday of Sukkot you will find. It takes the full spectrum of the community to manifest the joy of Sukkahfest at Isabella Freedman. Everyone is welcome – all ages, all streams, all colors, all identities….Attend
Sukkahfest at Pearlstone
September 29, 2023
This annual immersive retreat is filled with inspiring Jewish learning, spirited singing, festive farm-to-table meals, and a pluralistic community building experience….Attend
Simchafest at Isabella Freedman
October 6, 2023
Falls Village, CT
Celebrate the Torah! Simchafest is perhaps the most joyous, and most diverse celebration of the holiday of Simchat Torah you will find. It takes the full spectrum of the community to manifest the joy of Simchafest at Isabella Freedman. Everyone is welcome – all ages, all streams, all colors, all identities….Attend
Dining Under the Stars – Sukkot Sustainability Shabbat
October 6, 2023
Join Adamah Atlanta & OneTable for a Sukkot shabbat dinner with friends and learn about Sukkot’s connection to sustainability and earth-based Judaism in a community Sukkah. There is no cost to attend!…
Reisterstown, MD | November 5, 2023
One Sunday a Month, November 2023 – February 2024 (1:00 pm – 5:00 pm) Program Details During this monthly experience, we will awaken our senses in the outdoors, learn about…
Adamah Detroit Community Summit
Detriot, MI | November 12, 2023
Join the members, lay-leaders, staff and clergy of Southeast Michigan Jewish organizations for an afternoon of learning and community building through diverse sessions and workshops that will inspire and empower this next chapter of our collective work….
Filtered Staff List
Ari cultivated a passion for the environment at The University of Michigan where he studied environmental sciences. Ari enjoys growing a summer garden and exploring Michigan’s outdoors. Ari supports a wide array of programming in Detroit.
Manager Detroit Seal of Sustainability
Julia engages a network of Jewish institutions in the Metro Detroit area to weave sustainability into their programming. In her free time she enjoys reading, yoga, biking, and convincing all her friends to come to Shabbat dinner!
Education and Program Manager
Carly is the Education and Program Manager, working to develop and facilitate immersive outdoor experiences, environmental education and stewardship programming in Detroit. When not at work, Carly likes to rock climb and play the banjo!
Director, Adamah Detroit
For the past 15 years, Amit has supported collaborative teams committed to youth leadership and community development. Amit has a MSW from the University of Michigan and loves spending time outside with family and friends.
Pearlstone | 5425 Mt. Gilead Rd, Reisterstown, MD 21136
410.500.5417 | email@example.com
This is the Pearlstone Footer that goes at the end of each Pearlstone page. There is also one for Freedman.