Sections list the sub-categories of the chosen level 1 hub or level 2 hub and provide users with a brief introduction to the content that follows.
What is a section page?
A section will usually be a level 3 page in terms of information architecture. When there's not enough content to justify a level 2 hub, section pages will appear on level 2 instead.
Learn more about page structure on the Page types page.
For example, a user clicks on the 'Key learning areas' section and is taken to the following page.
See this page in action on education.nsw. Go to the Key learning areas page.
- Each section will have a unique banner image.
- There's space for introductory text and a button for a call to action.
In this section
- Here we list the subsequent pages so that users can immediately find the information they're looking for. This list is automatically generated.