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In this video, you will add text to your website.

Remember not to add any personally identifiable information on your website, such as your name, home address, phone number, or email address.

As you create your website, your environmental slogan and call-to-action statement are the most important things to call attention to.

If you add too much text your slogan and call-to-action statement will not stand out.

In a later video, you’ll choose images that support your slogan.

In this example, the pictures of the forest help people understand why it is so important to preserve it.

To begin, add your slogan in the header text box so it’s the first thing people see when they visit your website.

If your slogan is catchy, it will make viewers want to read more.

Click Preview to make sure the slogan looks the way you want it to...

...then return to Editing mode.

Now, add at least 1 subheading to go with your main slogan.

You may want to use one of the other slogans from your document as a subheading.

Add a text box to type your subheading.

Center the subheading and change the text formatting if you wish.

You can also move elements around.

Next, add the reasons your issue is important from your document to your website.

This will be under the heading “Important Because.”

Use a format that will make the reasons stand out, like a subheading style.

Finally, insert a text box with your call-to-action statement.

Let your audience know exactly what you want them to do.

Make the call-to-action statement larger than the other text to make it stand out.


  1. Add your slogan to your website.
  2. Add at least 1 subheading about your issue.
  3. Add information about the issue.
  4. Add your call-to-action statement.
  5. Experiment with text formatting.