1. What is a default page header?

A default page header displays the page title and breadcrumb trail that shows the location of the page within the site hierarchy.

The header will display the page title as a level 1 heading (H1) on a shaded background. The title text will appear as it's entered in the main menu.

Default page headers are commonly used on panel pages that are primarily task-focused, rather than promotional.

Use a default page header when:

  • the page is task-focused and users need to be able to get to content quickly.

A default page header shouldn't be used when:

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2. How to create a default page header

Default page headers can be created by:

  • site builders.

Use the in-place editor to create a default page header:

  1. Click 'Customize this page' in the black Drupal menu at the bottom of the page.
  2. Click the plus icon (+) in the blue box at the top of page.
  3. Select 'UQ' from the side menu and click 'Default page header'.
  4. Click 'Finish' to add the default page header to the page.
  5. Click the 'CSS' icon in the grey bar at the top of the default page header.
  6. Enter page__header in the 'CSS class' field and click 'Save'.
  7. Click 'Save' in the black Drupal menu at the bottom of the page to publish the changes.

Don't apply the section style to default page headers.

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3. How to edit the default page header title

The page title displayed in the default page header can be edited by:

  • editors
  • site coordinators
  • site builders.

To edit the title that displays in the default page header:

  1. From the black Drupal menu at the top of the page, go to 'Structure' > 'Menus' > 'Main menu'.
  2. Find the page in the table and select 'Edit'.
  3. Update the title text under 'Menu link title'.
  4. Select 'Save'.
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