In this lessons, students will learn:
- How to identify the components of a web page
Components of a Web page
The header contains: your logo (almost always used as a link to get back to the home page), a search box, and perhaps other elements such as contact information, social media links, photos, or anything else that is important to show the visitor at the top of the screen.
- Logo (Home link)
- Name of Site
- Main navigation
- Sub navigation
This is where the main content of the web page is located. Content can be in a number of different forms such as text, pictures, video and Flash movies. Sound can also be embedded in a web page such as background music.
- Page Titles
- Breadcrumb navigation
- Body text/content
- Feature image
This area often contains copyright notices, links to terms and conditions and a privacy statement.
- Copyright statement (Page author or, in large enterprise sites, responsible party)
- Social media
- Contact details, especially email
- Links to related sites or to the larger enterprise
- Main navigation (Redundant navigation links, for long pages)