The Ultimate Law Firm Website Blueprint: The Sub pages
Now that the homepage has been planned this is where the website gets a little easier. The inner pages on the rest of the site will re-use some of the elements from the homepage. This keeps a consistent structure for the user to follow, if you re-invent the wheel after the homepage you can run the risk of the confusing your site visitors. We will refer to them as “Global elements”. Below we outline which rows are re-used throughout the site.
The header will be at the top of every page on the site
Hero with title – New Row
- page title
Page content area
This is where the main content area sits. This area will change page to page depending on the content.
Tagline + Form+ Footer stacked
The form and the footer will be stacked on top of each other and at the bottom of every page on the website
The 100% Width Content Area
The Sidebar-Right Content Area
Typically you will want to use the 100% width content template for your main content pages and the sidebar right content area template for pages that are deeper than the second level.
The Ultimate Law Firm Website Blueprint: A step-by-step guide to creating the perfect law firm website
In case you missed previous posts, here they are:
Part One: Intro
Part Two: How to create a sitemap for a law firm website
Part Three: The complete guide to planning and designing a law firm website homepage
Part Four: The Ultimate Law Firm Website Blueprint: The Sub pages
Part Five: How to write the about page for a law firm website
Part Six: How to design a practice areas landing page for a law firm website
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