Communications services and solutions for Texas A&M AgriLife
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Main navigation will have three required links (Home, About, Academics, Contact)
Additional top-level links should be added between Academics and Contact
Top level navigation should not exceed a single row
Hover menus should generally be fewer than seven items in length. If the list it too long, consider grouping items into a deeper sub-menu.
The audience navigation at the top of the page will be required.
The default destination for each audience menu item will be correlating page on the main College of Agriculture and Life Sciences site.
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Internal Navigation Menus
Use of side-bar navigation is encouraged on landing pages and their children.
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‘Welcome’ text area is optional
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COLLEGE STATION — Texas Agricultural Lifetime Leadership Program is seeking applicants for its new class, which will begin in July. TALL is a two-year leadership development program managed by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. Applications for the newest class, Class XIV, are due March 15. Application forms are online at http://tall.tamu.edu. “Texas agriculture has […]
HARLINGEN — Roxanna Salinas was stunned when a third-grader told her he had never tasted a carrot. The youngster’s admission came during the 2013 Eat4-Health, a recent week-long program that taught healthy eating and activity habits to students at Dr. Hesiquio Rodriguez Elementary School in Harlingen. Salinas, the Prairie View A&M University Cooperative Extension Program’s […]
AgriLife Research shares $8 million grant Writer: Steve Byrns, 325-653-4576, firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Shay Simpson, 979-845-6315, email@example.com PECOS – Pecos is usually egg-frying hot, bone dry and much of the groundwater is brackish, but Texas A&M AgriLife Research personnel know the area is prime real estate for conducting algae research, something they’ve been doing successfully since […]