Web information systems
- Definition: Permanent permanent websites providing a user-friendly interface to generate, disclose and/or filter large, detailed amounts of data stored in different systems.
- Scope: Web web information systems follow design principles close to those for core and standardised websites.
- Definition: Network network websites are websites or platforms set up and managed by the European Commission (as a service provider) to encourage and facilitate interaction among a specific, non-EC target audience.
- Scope: Network network websites follow design principles close to those for core and standardised sites.
Internal policy websites
- Definition: Websites websites providing information on internal working methods of the EU institutions, standards and guidelines. Resources for institutions’ employees, partners and service providers.
- Scope: Internal internal policy websites follow design principles close to those for core and standardised sites.
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the Global banner is the official EU stamp that gives a visual indicator and easy access to EU institutions and bodies sites, guaranteeing the user visits an official EU website
Harmonised Group 1 site header
the Harmonised site header is present on every page. It communicates the European Commission brand and provides basic structure and guidance. The site header is composed of several mandatory and optional elements such as:
The page header is composed of several mandatory and optional elements
The standardised footer should be on every page. It provides supplementary information such as copyright, legal, privacy, social media, contact information and links to other important sections within the European Commission ecosystem.
Harmonised websites Group 2