Hub page

A Hub page covers a topic of high importance to visitors, such as undergraduate study or research, with signposts to related and more detailed pages. It's not quite as top-level as a homepage, but it's pretty close.

Who can use this Content type?

  • Group Admins and Group Owners (create, edit, delete, unpublish).
  • Group Editors (edit, unpublish).

Example

Postgraduate study at The School of English.

When?

You should use a hub page to signpost to associated pages within a section of your website.

Why?

The header allows you to summarise the purpose of the page. Paragraph functionality allows you to add signposting components and media.

How?

When creating a page, choose the Hub page Content type. Then assemble the page using the components below.

Components

Intro and header image

This is the image and text at the top of the page. Choose a good quality, eye-catching photograph and use a clear description that summarises the hub content.

The image is optional and without one the page will default to a full-width blue background box with white text.

Example of a hub header image.

Paragraphs

Make use of a variety of signposting boxes and cards, media and text boxes. Learn about Paragraphs for further instructions on how to insert them.

Examples of multicoloumns and signposting boxes.

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