Only Typecase Admins can create Landing pages.
If you think your organisation needs a Landing page, read this guide first to help you decide.
The purpose of a Landing page
A Landing page should be used to collate multiple pages about a University faculty, department or group.
To pin pages to a Landing page, they must all be owned by the same Owning organisation in Typecase. To collate pages from more than one Owning organisation, use a Topic page.
The organisation that owns the page is responsible for keeping the information up to date.
Landing pages are made up of rows of Pinned items components.
Each Pinned item component has up to six pages linked from it, showing the page's Title, Summary and an optional image. These pages are called Pinned items.
You can also add up to four Split sections to a Landing page. This is where you can add free text, images, and multimedia to explain the faculty, department or group's work.
Examples of Landing pages
You should choose from one of the subtypes listed on the template to tell Typecase which type of Landing page you are creating.
The Landing page must have a User need, Title, Summary, Navigation and Owning organisation. Read more about these in our Core components guide.
You can create a page without using Labels. If you do need Labels, find out more about how they work.
You can choose to add a hero and pinned image to your Landing page:
Additional images can be added using other components.
Top of page fixed-position components
You can choose to add a Key message component to your landing page.
Drag and drop components
You can choose to add the following to your Landing page:
You must include an About us component at the bottom of the page.
Bottom of page components
You can choose to add a Contact details component if you need one.