The website pages created with Heek have a standard layout divided into three parts.
The header is the section located at the top of your website, on every page. They generally include a menu, your company's logo, and a background image. But they can also contain anything you wish (links to your social networks, title, ...).
Page sections are content blocks that are located between the header and footer and make up the body of your pages. To find out more, check our article about page sections.
The footer is the section located at the bottom of your website. In general, it reproduces your menu, shows your practical information, your social networks, or your disclaimer.
The page header and footer are set on all your pages, whereas the sections which make up the body of your pages can vary from one page to another. For more information, have a look here.