If within a section, the section name precedes the Page (or Book etc) name and is separated by a colon, for example: 'Web Guide: Naming Conventions'. Otherwise, when the page appears in navigation blocks, it will not be clear where that page comes from.




Tagging is used for defining, relating and navigating the site's content. There are tag fields for each functional area of CEB activities. Rules for tagging:

  1. All tag fields may be used for a single page, or only one. Never none: keywords must always be added.
  2. When typing keywords, check to see if they exist already, in which case use them.
  3. Tags do not refer to Page's source, they define a Page's content scope.
  4. If a keyword is 'owned' by a mechanism, then it belongs in that mechanism's field:
    1. 'Salaries' belongs to HR, even if there is a Finance and Budget component;
    2. 'Business Practices' is owned by HLCM (so goes in the HLCM Tag), even if the Page content refers to an HR Business Practice project.
    3. 'Delivering as One' belongs to HLCP, while 'Harmonization' beloings to HLCM.

Never put the same keyword in two fields. Think instead who 'owns' the term.


Menu Link Title: simplify the menu link by removing the page prefix and keeping it short.

Submenu trees: if the page is a parent (has children) then include this (block) with the Block Titles Only option selected.

Sibling menu: if the page has siblings then include this option, unless considered unnecessary (for example, if a short book page, which have children already listed)