From release 3.3 onwards, the individual templates (Core, Standardised & Harmonised) can be found on the ECL as configurations of the structurally merged components (Site header, Page header & Footer), which now have a single, dedicated page. Concurrently, the EWG (Europa Web Guide) has also been updated to better accommodate information regarding the optionality of components & elements per site type. Please follow the corresponding links found in the table below for more information.
|Knowledge base||New location|
|EWG (Europa web guide)||Guidelines for EC branded Harmonised websites - Page header(s)|
|ECL (Europa component library)||EC Page header component - Harmonised config.|
The Harmonised group 1 page header gives context and confidence to the users so they understand what the page is about, to be placed just below the Site header.
|Breadcrumb||optional||breadcrumb component provides information on the page and its relationship to the site's hierarchy and structure|
|Meta||optional||metadata related with the content of the page|
|Page title||yes||title of the page|
|Introduction||optional||short description of the page|
- make sure the pages contain all the elements in the anatomy table above
- don't use more than one Page header per page
When to use
- always use a Page header when building your page
When not to use
- do not follow these guidelines when you are updating sites that fall under the Standardised or Core category