The following images are used as image placeholders for the Texas Politics Facebook page. Previously, when they uploaded an article from their website, in image from the link is used as a placeholder above the article. The problem is some pages such as the internships and the some blog articles and polling pages don’t have images and instead will show a blank box above the content. These images will act as placeholders for the pages that don’t have image content.
The placeholder for blogging content
The placeholder for charts
The placeholder for internship related content
An edit of the placeholder for blogging content with Texas Politics branding. The look reflects the layout of each blog post instead of the blog home page.
An edit of the placeholder for the charts content with the Texas Politics Logo. The colors of the bar graph is similar to the color scheme of the website.
The placeholder for internship edit related content with the Texas Politics branding on top.
The following images show screenshot images of the placeholder images within the Texas Politics Facebook page. Each placeholder images corresponds to the content within each Facebook post. These images help show a preview of what these placeholder images might look like within a post. These images are added if the webpage within Facebook post does not include any images or visuals to show as a preview image.
A preview of the internships placeholder image within the Texas Politics Facebook page. The images show two types of internship posts. The top shows the smaller version of the preview image while the bottom shows the larger version of the image.
The custom preloader GIF