A to Z page guidelines
A to Z pages allow you to create a list of content ordered alphabetically.
As a content editor or approver, you can add A to Z pages yourself, as long as there are no child pages underneath.
Examples of A to Z pages
See what this template looks like on these pages:
Example of an A to Z page with title, short description and link:
See this page in action on education.nsw. Go to the Department contacts page.
- The page description will automatically appear at the top of the page. You're limited to 150 characters including spaces, and no HTML code.
- The alphabetical menu at the top of the page automatically populates based on the page content.
- If a letter has no content associated with it, it will not receive a hyperlink.
- Links will automatically appear in alphabetical order based on the first character. There is no way to manually reorder these items.
- If the link is to a page outside education.nsw.gov.au, the 'external link' icon will appear.
- If you've used the link and description style, you can include description text up to 400 characters including spaces.
- If you need to include hyperlinks including email addresses in your description, note that HTML code counts as characters.
- You can include a call-out box at the end of your A to Z page if you need to convey more information or a call to action.
- Keep link titles to no more than 60 characters including spaces.
- Follow the Content style guide for consistency - especially for contact details.
- Don't use a lead paragraph on these pages. Instead, your page description will automatically display at the top of the page.
- Don't use the A to Z page template on any pages that have children. Your user won't be able to navigate to them.
- Don't use more than one short call-out box at the bottom of the page.
Learn how to create and edit an A to Z page using our guide: