Landing pages represent the key navigation and signposting parts of the site. They are a core part of the Information Architecture of Hantsweb.
Landing pages contain clearly labelled links to other parts of a service. They may also contain one or more searches. Sometimes, landing pages also feature promotional content, such as slideshows, tweets and promotions of campaigns.
The structure of a landing page should always prioritise the core user tasks for that service over promotional content. In this way, landing pages across the site can be more consistent and provide clear context for all users.
An example of a landing page can be seen on all of the top level pages such as Things to do in Hampshire.
- WCMS use
Not all places (for example News and Consultations) allow creation of landing pages. Think about what is the right content for that section of the site.
- From the Content tree, navigate to the place you want to add the new landing page. Right-click and choose Insert > HCC_Landing page
- Give the page a name, following our standards for page names
- Update the Page title, summary, metadata and other standard fields as described under general page authoring
- The landing page consists of a single placeholder and allows any renderings
- MVC.net use
- Version and status