Landing pages list the main topics and provide users with a brief introduction or summary about the information they can expect to find.
What is a landing page?
Sometimes landing pages are skipped entirely. Reasons for this include:
- if they do not have grandchild pages, or
- if your level 4 page contains more than a paragraph or two of content, then it's best to go straight to a content page.
For example: A user clicks on the 'Roles at education' link and is taken to the following page:
See this page type in action on education.nsw. Go to the Roles at education page.
- This lets the user know what they'll find in the content that follows.
- This is limited to 150 characters.
Child page list
- Here we list all child pages of the landing page for easy access.
- These are automatically generated based on the content structure.
- Content editors can include some more introductory text if it will help the user.