Page header section
- Title (mandatory)
- Intro (mandatory)
- Summary (mandatory; this is the meta description)
- Feature image – this doesn't display on this page; it displays where this page is linked to from another page using a navigation automated featured link
- Key journeys are optional – only use them if you have popular content that you want to always have easily accessible on your landing page (for example, inclusive language guide on the LGBTI equality subsite).
Primary and secondary campaigns
- There are two campaign banners available. These are used to promote an event or initiative across multiple pages due to its importance.
- Primary campaigns can only be used on vic.gov.au home.
- Secondary campaigns can be used on site sections. These sit at the bottom of pages just above the footer.
Body content section
Site-section landing pages should have:
- 1 x Navigation featured automated link to highlight 1 key piece of content. It must have a photo attached (on the destination/linked page) or it won't display properly.
- Navigation automated for links to all other main sections of the subsite.
Site-section landing pages should also have a Call to action feature promoting:
- grants, prizes and awards that are open for application
- Engage Victoria consultations that running.
You can choose to add content and display the following sidebar components:
- Site-section navigation (mandatory)
- Related links and/or What's next (optional)
- Contact (if available)
- Social sharing (mandatory)
Topic and tags
Topic is mandatory.
Tags are optional, and you can select up to 3.
Site and primary site
vic.gov.au MUST be selected for all sites under both the Site and Primary site headings.
Under the Site heading, you should also select the site section. These terms are managed in the taxonomy section by site administrators.
Grey must be selected as the background colour for site-section landing pages.
Reviewed 16 October 2018