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Looking to build a website with similar page structure, what would you call this “structure” if I were to try and research it?

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Andrew Baker@baker_ui

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Dec 28, 2021

Looking to build a website with similar page structure, what would you call this “structure” if I were to try and research it?

I love how everything is accessible via the nav menu, and content loads directly in that open space without a page transition or anything.

I’m currently building my site in webflow and would like to do a similar approach (may switch to coding myself if not possible) where I’m able to load content right in that space without using separate pages. Is there a specific structure you would call this?

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Brian Lovin

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Dec 28, 2021

I think it's called a "list-detail view" (previously a "master-detail view") although maybe everyone has their own preferred name. But that's what I call it. It's riffing off what you'd see on an iPad app, where most apps have multi-column navigation and the ability to use the screen space to quickly flip through items in a list.

Hope that helps!

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Andrew Baker

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Jan 1, 2022

Awesome sure does, thanks Brian. Keep up the great work!!