Sub Page


A lower Web page in a website that can be located using the exact domain name followed by a slash symbol and text. As a rule of thumb sub pages should never be more than three clicks away from the home page. A flat website architecture is important for usability and also prevents the unnecessary dilution of link juice as it travels from the home page to the sub pages.

For a website with many pages, creating subpages allows developers to limit the number of pages that apear in the main navigation. You can also have visitors navigate through other pages of a site to find related content.

Page vs Sub Page

Sub pages are the same as other pages except they are used to organize information. A sub page makes it easier for website visitors to access information and navigate the site. These pages are used on most websites and are no different than standard pages. They only make organizing information easier.

For example:

SSL Certificate Resources


Ready to discuss your project? Work With Us
Blue Fountain Media is recognized as a
Top Digital Agency by
Ranked #1 Interactive
Agency by top interactive agencies example
Ranked Top 10 Digital
Agency by awwwards logo
Ranked Top 10 Agency
Worldwide by IMA logo
Our Locations
New York Headquarters
New York Headquarters
102 Madison Avenue - Second Floor
New York, NY 10016
Chicago Office
Chicago Office
222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite 1212
Chicago, IL 60654
Seattle Office
Seattle Office
14980 NE 31st Way, Suite 120
Redmond, WA 98052
  • 102 Madison Ave, 2nd Floor
  • New York, NY 10016
  • 212.260.1978