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Favicon - an icon associated with a URL that is variously displayed, as in a browser's address bar or next to the site name in a bookmark list.
Fold - the area at the bottom of a browser that is not visible upon the first load of the site.
Hamburger Menu - an icon comprised of three horizontal lines that toggles the menu.
Thumbnail - a miniature representation of a page or an image.
Effective Calls To Action (CTAs)
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Discovery Search Box
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Header* - The top portion of the page that includes the most valuable information, logo and sliders/banners.
Navigation* - The menu of pages included on your site. This area could also include a search bar.
Body - The largest area of your page that contains
Sidebar - A column (typically on the left side) that includes quick links to information and often times, a search bar.
Call To Action - Every great website has a call to action (CTA). This will prompt your audience to actually do something on your site. Examples are, subscribe to an email list, make a purchase, or contribute to something.
Footer* - The bottom portion of the website that contains links to the most frequently or most important pages of your site. The footer is also a great place for contact information and FAQs.
*These areas are static and typically remain the same throughout your website