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Global Banner

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

yesno

Harmonised Group 1 site header

the Harmonised site header should be 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

European Commission logo

site name

login

language select

Europa search form

class name

menu

Harmonised Group 1 page header

the Harmonised page header gives context and information to the user on what the page is about. It should be on every page, just below the site header, except for the homepage. The page header is composed of mandatory and optional elements

page title

breadcrumb

meta

introduction 

Harmonised Group 1 Footer

he Harmonised footer should be on every page. It provides complementary information such as copyright, legal, privacy, social media, contact information and links to other important sections within the European Commission ecosystem. The footer is composed of mandatory and optional elements

site name

content owner details

corporate name

service navigation

legal navigation

DG- related service navigation

DG-related navigation

class names

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ComponentsMandatory elementsOptional elements

Global Banner

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

yesno

Harmonised Group 2 site header

the Harmonised site header should be 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 

European Commission logo

language select

Europa search form

menu

Harmonised Group 2 page header

the Harmonised page header gives context and information to the user on what the page is about. It should be on every page, just below the site header, except for the homepage. The page header is composed of mandatory and optional elements

page title

introduction

meta

 breadcrumb

Harmonised Group 2 Footer

the Harmonised 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 EC ecosystem. All elements are mandatory

corporate name

service navigation

legal navigation


Harmonised websites Group 3

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Partnership websites

Definition: when the European Commission shares the ownership of a website with one or several non-EU institution(s), it is a partnership website. The European Commission and its partners co-decide on the content and cooperate in terms of budget, maintenance and management of the website.  

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