Page titles create consistency in the layout of similar pages, specifically the placement and appearance of titles, descriptions, actions, and breadcrumbs.
|Page title||Title of the page. Refer to the content section of Stacks for things like word choice, naming, and capitalization.|
|Description Optional||Additional context for content and actions on the page.|
|Actions Optional||Free-form area to include buttons, filters, or other HTML content.|
|Breadcrumbs Optional||Breadcrumbs can be included to provide context for the currently-viewed page.|
These components should be used in the admin sections of our private Q&A products.
The base style for pages that don’t need further description beyond the page title and don’t have any actions for filters.
A summary of a page’s content. Helpful for large pages with multiple actions.
When a page title includes actions, they are located at the far end of the component. This area is free-form, so we can include any markups we'd like, from single button to a grid of custom filters and text.
Breadcrumbs are used to provide context for the currently-viewed page and reduce the number of actions a website visitor needs to take in order to get to a higher-level page. Breadcrumbs should not be used for single-level sections that have no logical grouping.