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Multi-Level Design Interface

Websites rarely consist of one static layout. A layout refers to the coded structure of a website. It defines the height / width / colour and other style elements of each part or section of a web page. Website could consist of a "Header", "Footer", "Left Column" and "Right Column" on it's home page  and then subsequently, the rest of the pages on the website could consist of only a "Header", "Footer" and "Centre Stretch Column".

This is where Multi-Level design place a vital role in allowing dynamic flexible web page that will have more then only Layout. Media Layouts are designed during the design phase of the website but can by quickly and easily extended should additional layouts be required.

Media modules live within layout options and can consist of media text blocks or even social media plug-ins created by the website developer.

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