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Objective

As defined, EC branded Standardised websites host thematic content detailing, for example, policies for which the owner DG/Agency is responsible. They are separate technical instances.

Rules

The EC-branded standardised websites use the components of the Europa Components Library (ECL) as this template shows:

Standardised websites template

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ComponentsMandatoryOption
Global banner
The global banner is the official EU stamp; the content on Europa comes genuinely from the EU
yes

Standardised site header

the standardised site header should be on every page. It communicates the European Commission brand and provides basic structure and guidance
yes
Standardised page header
The page header is composed of several mandatory and optional elements
noyes
Standardised footer
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.
yes

Contact and support

If you require further assistance, please contact:

Comm Europa Management

European Commission
DG Communication 
Unit B.3 
Europa Web Communication 















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The Europa Web Guide is the official rulebook for the European Commission's web presence, covering editorial, legal, technical, visual and contractual aspects.
All European Commission web sites must observe the rules and guidelines it contains.
Web practitioners are invited to observe its contents and keep abreast of updates. More information about the web guide.