The Hero Image is a new content type in Fawn. It is display banner feature in the homepage of a site that has an image, a title, and a link. This feature is meant to highlight content on the home page and direct users to more information.
Try to use the appropriate field type for each piece fo data you are collecting.
For example, use the email field when capturing an e-mail address instead of a text field.
It is recommended that phone numbers (and if necessary, student numbers) should be captured using a text field. This is due to how some browsers render the number field type making mistakes easy to make.
Tips for Creating Accessible Text, Headings and Documentation
Avoid writing in all capitals. This slows down reading speed and makes it difficult for some users to read your text. You may be trying to emphasize something using all-caps, but the end result is making that item harder to read.
All headings should be used hierarchically. They should not be used to obtain a certain visual style.
Headings should only go down one level, or back up to a previous, higher level.
This content type is used to create profiles for departmental listings. It includes fields that capture information such as contact information for the individual, educational background, teaching information, and publications. An automatic listing page of these profiles is available.