Layout Examples

Stats & Posts Teasers & Logos

This page contains the few “stat” pageblock options, as well as the few footer blog Posts teaser pageblock options. We decided to break the Pageblock Master up into several smaller pages to help optimize the admin experience and to help with page load speeds.

If you’re looking for a different pageblock option altogether, simply use the left-hand sidebar navigation. The names in left-hand sidebar nav should be pretty intuitive. Also in the left-hand navigation, you’ll see that you can navigate to a handful of other “How To” pages that provide further info about how to administer this website.

H2 – Stat / Number Block (light gray bg)

In this space, you can further expand on the section header above. Below, if you need to add more stat blocks, simply duplicate the modules – DO NOT duplicate the whole row. Also, in the event that you have fewer than 4 stats, the remaining modules will center horizontally.

Years experience offering managed IT and security solutions

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Locations serving the Upper Midwest Region

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Renewal rate / CSAT / NPS Score

H2 – Stat / Number Block (white bg)

In this space, you can further expand on the section header above. Below, if you need to add more stat blocks, simply duplicate the modules – DO NOT duplicate the whole row.

Years experience offering managed IT and security solutions

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Locations serving the Upper Midwest Region

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Renewal rate / CSAT / NPS Score

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Average employee count of our clients``

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H2 – Post Type Posts Teaser (light gray bg)

Visit our Resource Center for up-to-date news and stories for technology and business leaders.

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Logo Block (light gray bg)

We recommend using .svg file format for client logos for optimum quality. SVG stands for “scalable vector graphic” which allows the logo to retain perfect crispness no matter the size. Otherwise, .png with transparent background will work.

Logo Block (white bg)

We recommend using .svg file format for client logos for optimum quality. SVG stands for “scalable vector graphic” which allows the logo to retain perfect crispness no matter the size. Otherwise, .png with transparent background will work.