Design, Layout, and Style: Creating Detail Pages that Engage

August 2, 2016

The key to a website that wows is in the details, or should we say, detail pages. Your website is made of hundreds of pages, the majority of which are detail pages automatically created when you make a new calendar event, news story, or athletic team. Do you know what your detail pages look like? Did you know that you can change them? The Cheshire Academy team will walk you through how they created news detail pages using onMessage tools for their new digital magazine, modeled after The New York Times. We'll also provide examples of event detail pages that add value to the user experience and the event calendar. From sidebar ads to full-width header images, you'll learn how to style detail pages that work and wow.

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