4 Row layout
The 4 Row layout is a full-width design that uses the full-page width in the main content area of the page. It is not used in any of the page templates in Content Template Catalog.4 Row, with split main column layout
The 4 Row, with split main column layout is the most commonly used layout. It is a 4/2 split based on a six-column grid. The larger column displays the main content of the page and the smaller column contains auxiliary information.4 Row with navigation layout
The 4 Row with navigation layout is used exclusively in the Sections templates. It is a 1/2/1 split based on a four-column grid. The first column provides navigation required for the nested content structure of the Sections template. The large column displays content and the last column shows auxiliary information.
You can create other layouts with different grids by copying these layouts and adding the additional styles to the theme style sheet.
Here are the three layouts in Content Template Catalog, with the black line showing the part of the page controlled by the layouts:
Each layout has sections for a leader, main body, a ribbon, and a follower. Two of the layouts also show a sidebar and one has a navigator. The header and footer are not part of the layout.
The numbers in the illustration correspond to the following components.
Parent topic: Content Template Catalog theme extensions
- Navigation column
- Main content section
- Sidebar column