A Banner section is a prominent area of a website that is usually located at the top of the page. Its purpose is to grab the attention of the user and communicate important information or messages. It is often used to promote products or services, display important announcements or notices, or provide links to key pages on the website.
Keep it simple: Don't try to cram too much information into the Banner. Use concise and clear language, and use images and graphics sparingly.
Make it prominent: Use bold colors and other design elements to make the Banner stand out from the rest of the page.
Use actionable language: Encourage the user to take action by using language that prompts them to click, such as "Learn more" or "Sign up now".
Link to relevant pages: Make sure the links in the Banner lead to relevant pages or resources that will be helpful to the user.
Use it wisely: Don't overuse the Banner section by constantly changing the content or using it to promote unrelated products or services. This can be overwhelming for the user and may lead to decreased engagement.
Our Blog Post components have been replaced by our newly released Blog Post Header and Long Form Content Sections. This allows more flexibility and enables you to mix and match components to build the perfect blog post for your website. You can construct your own blog post pages combining these new components or if you would like a prebuilt blog post template you can use one of our Blog Post Page Templates
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