Static Content Container

Within the Magento application, it is often necessary to display static information to the users. These static content are considered Content Container and should follow the guideline in this article. For solutions not described in this article or for further information, please contact the Magento UX Design Team.

When to Use

Use this pattern when we need to display static information to the users.

When Not to Use

Do not use this pattern if users need to be able to interact with the information.

Rule

The basic rule is that the content containers should have a title and a content below it. Refer to variations for the styling examples.

Variations

Parent and Child Containers

The following example, shows two sets of parent & child containers. Each parent containers has 2 children containers. There can be 1 or more children. It is not recommended to have more than one layer of parent-child (i.e. grand children are not recommended) But if there are exceptions made, the hierarchy should be shown clearly.

Structure

The parent container structure: title, rule, content.

Styling

Note that because the children containers can be any variations of other content containers, refer to other variations for styling.

Title with Body of Text

Width: based on the page grid

Height: as needed

Title with Differentiated Rows

Width: based on the page grid

Height: as needed

This is used to clearly separate information for users to easily digest. The first row should be grey then, the rows alternate between grey and white.

Pricing Breakdown chart

Width: based on the page grid

Height: as needed

This is used to clearly separate information for users to easily digest.

Assets

Download Static Content Container PSD source

Please reach out to the Magento UX Design team if you need anything else.