A Sitebuilder template consists of the following parts:
Header is an image located at the top of a web page. Header consists of the following elements:
Note that it is recommended to place logo and site title close to each other. The subtitle should be placed under the title.
Top-level menu (main menu) contains links to the top level pages of a site. There are two types of top-level menu:
A menu item can have two statuses:
So, when creating a top-level menu, you should provide two designs for each menu item: one for active status and another for inactive status.
The main menu area is typically placed under the header. Besides, the page design should provide place for adding main menu items.
Lower-level menu (sub-menu) is a list of links to subpages of a section that was chosen from the main menu. Like the main menu, lower-level menu contains both active and inactive items.
Content area contains the site content (such as text, illustrations, and so on). Content area is divided into page content and page title. As a rule, page title is visually separated from the other text (usually, it is written with a bigger font).
Footer is a text that appears at the bottom of every page. Usually, footer contains copyright information, for example:
«Copyright © 2007, Company Name. All rights reserved.»
Footer may also duplicate the top-level menu.