Website Term Definitions

Full Width Layouts
Full Width Layouts are website layouts that take up the full width of the browser screen. They are designed to adjust to the size of your browser screen so that the website content fill the screen from left to right.

Boxed Width Layout
Boxed Width Layouts are website layouts that do not take up the full width of the browser screen. Instead they are designed so that the website content sits in the center of the screen with a margin on both the right and the left.

Homepage
The homepage of your website is the first page of your website located at your main URL. Example: www.sitename.com

Internal Pages
The internal pages of your website are all the pages of your website except your homepage.

Header
The website header is located at the top of each webpage and is typically the same layout across all pages within a website or section of a website.
The header of a website typically includes the logo, contact information, and the main navigation bar.

Sidebar
The sidebar of a website is located on the side of the main website content. Sidebars typically essential website links or links related to a specific webpage topic. Sidebar are generally located on the internal pages of a website and typically have the same layout across all pages within a website or section of a website.

Footer
The website footer is located at the bottom of each webpage and is typically the same layout across all pages within a website or section of a website. The footer of a website typically includes the name of the company or organization, the contact information, the copyright information and the a footer menu essential site links.

Parallax Websites
Parallax Websites are sites in which the background of the website moves at a different speed as the rest of the page for a 3D visual effect.