Overview of pages and page templates


The DevReach project has the following basic pages:

Page Description  View  Detailed view (if applicable) 


The home page, displaying summary information for the event.   N/A
Speakers  Displays a list of all DevReach speakers. When you click a speaker, a summary with details appears on the same page.   
Sessions  Displays a list of all DevReach sessions. When you click a session, a summary with details appears on the same page.   
Schedule  Displays a list of sessions, filtered by day. When you click a day, only sessions held in this day appear.    N/A
My Sessions  Gives you the ability to attend a session from the list of sessions. When you clickWill Attend, you claim that you are going to attend the selected session. When you click Attend, you claim that you no longer want to attend the selected session.    N/A 


The DevReach site uses two templates.

The first template is based on the 1 Column, Header, Footer template and is used by the Home page.

The following screenshot displays the template and its placeholders:


Each placeholder contains the 100% layout element and the elements are assigned classes .header, .footer and .row-holder, respectively.

Class .row-holder arranges the content in the center of the screen, using the following CSS:

margin:0 auto;

There are two colored rows, which you achieve by applying the following classes to the 100% layout element:


You use layout element 33% + 34% + 33% to arrange content in three columns.

EXAMPLE: To display Three reasons to attend section arranged in three columns in gray row, perform the following:

  1. Use 100% layout element and set its class to .row-gray
  2. Inside it drop another 100% layout element and set its class to .row-holder
  3. Inside row-holder, drop Content block widget for title and 33% + 34% + 33% layout element.
  4. In the columns, drop Content block widgets for each reason to attend.

The second template is based on the first one. It has added a placeholder for displaying the page title. Inside the placeholder is a Content block widget that is made editable in pages. This way each page can have a different title. For more information, see Template widgets editable in pages.

The following screenshot displays the second template:


Content on the site is displayed by following widgets:

  • Content block for Logo, Event date, Footer, 3 Reasons to attend, Venue, page titles.
  • Image widget for image header on Home page
  • Dynamic content widgets for Speakers and Sessions.
  • Profile widget for user’s thumbnail next to the navigation. Visible for logged users.

Responsive design 

Create responsive rule for smartphones – transform three columns to three rows.
For more information, see Overview: Responsive design.

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