Build your site's primary header with its formal title, a
homepage link, and optional set of audience page links that will
carry throughout your site.
Developed for the new brand, this component replaces the Main
and Mini Header components.
> read more about the digital brand transition
Add the component to the page. There is a main editable Header area plus two additional 'drag components or assets here' areas. And three fixed links are provided in a narrow banner at the very top: UB Home, Maps and UB Directory.
The header belongs at the top of your site. The normal order is as follows (not all sites will use all components) :
Note, when it is not desirable to add a regular 'Heading 1' Title component to a page, such as your site's home page, a setting in Page Properties allows the Header component's Title to serve as the H1.
Title - Enter the formal title for your website, usually your office or program's official name.
Use your proper unit name and ensure the line breaks in your
title match how it is displayed in your Unit Lockup.
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Title Link - Provide a link back to your homepage (required for all but single-page sites).
Tagline - Enter an additional description for your site
(optional). This description can clearify what your site is (e.g.
School 1 Title - Name your unit's parent school/division or primary affiliation to match your Unit Lockup (required for most sites).
School 1 Link - Provide a link back to the primary parent website.
School 2 Title - If your office has a second parent or affiliation, enter its name here (optional but recommended).
School 2 Link - Provide a link back to the secondary parent website.
Color Scheme - Choose: blue header with a gray bar (default), gray header with a blue bar, or a white header with a blue bar.
Tie your color choices into your overall brand strategy.
Identity - Choose from:
Two additional buildable areas on the right are intended to house specific components.
Top Area - Use this to add Social
Media Button components.
Bottom Area - Use this to add Button components for task navigation.
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October 4, 2017