Content status and website structure
The next stage after completing your website’s content audit is to add your chosen web pages into a site structure document and define the menus of your new site.
The content status spreadsheet has been populated with example content from when we migrated the Sheffield School of Architecture site. If you look at it closely and compare it to the live site, you'll see that they differ slightly. Extra pages and menu items have been added with menu items in a slightly different order.
These changes happened after department feedback so, when we complete this document, please be aware that you are allowed to change things later if they don't feel correct when your department tests the site.
The content status spreadsheet contains three pages that all need completing and agreeing on before we can start to build your website. If you're unsure on how to approach the content status sheet after reading the guidance below, get in touch.
Page 1: Site structure
A site map depicting the structure of the site's sections and key pages.
Page 2: Menu
How the structure of your dropdown menus will be displayed.
Page 3: Content status
A list of all the retained pages from your content audit and any newly created ones that will appear on your migrated site.
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