A standard page is mainly text, might include an image, and will be to the standard layout that we’ve agreed. There’s no limit to the amount of text (you’re providing it, I’m just pasting it into place). It’s a good idea to include subheadings in the text, especially if it’s a long page.
Standard pages are good for explaining, discussing, informing, pretty much anything really. Blogs are another example of standard pages. The following are examples of standard pages. Click on them to see the full sized version and the rest of the page, as the image only shows part of it.
Epping Forest Heritage Trust
This text page is set to a layout which is standard for this site. It uses subheadings (important because of the way we read websites) and bullet points to break it up and make it easier to read.
This page is mainly text, on a layout which is standard for this site. It includes an image chosen to show the type of service the company delivers. This is the mobile version of the page.
This page is set to a layout which is standard for this site and includes an image of the owner. A photo is good to include if it’s a personal service being delivered. The menu is different on this site, as the owner preferred it, where would you prefer your menu?
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