Both files are handled by the web server in the same way, and it will make no difference for the end-user experience. When using Cascade, you do not need to type in the file type extension (.htm or .html)
The page name is URL name of the page and the one that displays in the site tree. In Cascade, page names end in .html automatically. Please substitute spaces with dashes, and use lower case e.g. medical-students instead of Medical Students.
The page title is displayed in the browser title bar and is used when populating the navigation. It can include spaces and does not need any file extension (no .html or .htm). This should use spaces and capital letters: Medical Students
Display name is the label for the page that is used in the site navigation, and will appear in the top navigation and the side navigation. Usually this is the same as the page title, but can be shortened. so Medical Students or Students.
The searchbox on the FSM page is using the Google Search appliance managed by University Relations (Evanston Campus) and searches all FSM related sites, Northwestern News Center, the Northwestern directory, and the calendar of events. New sites are routinely added to this search index when they are launched. All pages managed by FSM are re-indexed weekly.
Next, learn how to prepare your images in Adobe Photoshop CC by watching a video online. Northwestern University has partnered with lynda.com to provide faculty, staff, and students an online library of current and engaging video tutorials/courses at no additional cost. Go to www.northwestern.edu/lynda, log in using your NetID and NetID password. At lynda.com you can watch a video on preparing an image for web.
Pixlr.com is another free option you could use to resize your images pixlr.com/express, this is a free, online tool.
Refer to our Web Content Guidelines page for information on templates and developing user- and search-friendly web pages. Contact Ann Crago, web content architect, for assistance or to find out about upcoming training on meaningful content development.