This is an example of a universal page design or template. You’ll notice the page layout includes:
- A page title (this will always display the name of the page)
- An area to add and style all your content and/or photos
- Global elements including a footer panel
When you create more internal pages on the website, those pages will use your template layout.
You can also add items such as FAQs, forms, and photo galleries or video galleries in the content area. Please see the example below.
During your website project, you’ll see a wireframe of the universal page design during the strategy phase. Then your web designer will design the universal page during design. Remember to consider your content early on and seeing this layout should help in that process.
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