Long content page guidelines

Long content pages are best for lengthy, complex content such as guidelines, manuals and large amounts of related content.

As a content editor or approver, you must request the long content page template from the web support team. There must be no child pages underneath your long content page.

Examples of long content pages

See what this template looks like on these pages:

Example of a long content page:

Screenshot of long content page template on education.nsw. Screenshot of long content page template on education.nsw.
Image: Long content page template

See this page in action on education.nsw. Go to our Content style guide page.

Page features

On this page

  • The left-hand navigation index is generated automatically from heading 2s (H2s) and heading 3s (H3s).
  • In mobile view, this becomes a drop-down menu at the top of the page.


Page guidelines


  • Keep headings to no more than 60 characters including spaces or the left-hand index will appear too crowded.
  • Keep the content simple. Avoid using overly complex tables, tabs or show/hides.
  • Follow the content style guide for consistency.


  • 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 long content page template on any pages that have children. Your user won't be able to navigate to them.
  • Don't use this template for content with fewer than 5 level 2 headings. The standard content page is better suited for those.

How-to guides

Learn how to create and edit a long content page using our guides:

  • Adobe Experience Manager - long content page (coming soon)
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