Funfacts were an option in WP2 that allowed content editors to draw attention to quick facts on their site.

WP2 Implementation

In WP2, funfacts were added by pasting markup like the following into the source code of the page:

<div class="funfact">

<p><span class="funfact-title">26:</span>

<span class="funfact-highlight">average</span> number of students in an upper year Arts &amp; Science class</p>


After the markup was inserted into the page, the user could switch back to the WYSIWYG editor and replace the default text “26” with text that would be displayed with bold styling, “average” with text that would be displayed with bold, red styling, and “number of students in an upper year Arts & Science class”.

Migrating to WP3 

There is no feature equivalent to Funfacts in WebPublish 3. A couple of options that you could consider for placing funfact information: 

  • Consider the Image (Banner) paragraph: if there is an image that would fit well as a full-width image, you could consider uploading it as an image banner and adding the funfact information as the text on the banner. 
  • Consider the Circle Column Icon paragraph: if there are multiple funfacts in use, consider adding them each as a column in the Circle Column Icon paragraph
  • Consider including the information within another paragraph or WYSIWYG editor, along with a Font Awesome icon