Guidelines: Abbreviated style guide

As the style guide has a lot of detail that is not always applicable from day to day, below are a few key features to follow when adding text on the website.

Job titles

If used before/after a name it is upper case, e.g.: Tammy McGloughlin is Publications Manager at the Centre.

If used as general titles, it is lower case, e.g.:  There is only one publications manager at the Centre at the moment.

Use of quotations

Single quotation marks should be used with all quotations.

Guidelines: Publications content

As a general rule, any publication on our website should feature on three pages:

  1. A publication page (e.g. http://www.crimeandjustice.org.uk/publications/troubled-families-programme-perfect-social-policy)
  2. A news page (e.g. http://www.crimeandjustice.org.uk/news/troubled-families-success-claims-unbelievable)
  3. A home page slider.

This is the minimum specification for a publication on our site.