You can create basic pages with a single section using a text chunk, or complex pages using multiple sections with grid layouts and structured chunks, such as accordions or features. See examples of basic and complex layouts.
Chunks are the essential building blocks of a page—the content. There are many different types of chunks to allow flexibility in how a page can portray a message. We recommend looking at the IU Style Guide to understand how these chunks should be used.
There are different types of pages you can create: standard, event, news, and profile. Each of these page types can use sections and chunks to lay out the page and add content; however, the event, news, and profile page types have extra fields that allow you to create an index page that lists all events, news, or profiles.