An Overview of Pages
May 10, 2011
Pages are the basic building blocks of a website. They can contain static information like what you see in an “About Us” page (see Figure 1). They can also contain special “widgets” that display regularly updated material, or dynamic content, like what you see in blogs (Figs. 2 and 3).
On Lewis & Clark websites created in LiveWhale, pages are usually linked from the right-hand area of the page known as the navigation area (see Fig. 4).
Figure 1: Sample of page with static content.
Figure 2. Sample of page with dynamic content. In this case two widgets feeding two separate news feeds.
Figure 3. Sample of page with dynamic content. In this case, a news feed and an events feed.
Figure 4: Sample of navigation with links to Pages.