When to use
- Tabs to maneuver between relevant information within the same view.
- Hamburger menus, sidebars, nav bars, wizards.
- Switching from one service to another service.
- Sidebar to navigate between pages.
- Accordions to open a single panel to navigating between content within the same page.
HPE Local Header Example
The HPE product’s local header which contains grouped, frequently used and top-level information.
Example coming soon.
HPE Global Header Example
The Global Header, also known as the HPE Common Header and Footer Web Service, provides a tunable, yet consistent header to be used across all HPE applications.
For more information, reference the Global Header page.
- Global Header should be on all applications and websites
- Allows users to move between top-level important destinations
- Located at the top of all application and websites
Important note: The Sidebar component will likely be deprecated from the HPE Design System by end of 2022.
Tabs are a persistent horizontal bar that is used to navigate between related content without leaving the current page. See the Tabs page for more guidance and examples.
- Use only nouns or verbs for labels.
- Use concise 1-2 word labels.
- Use Title Case.
- Avoid nested Tabs.
- Organize information by priority and reading direction (e.g., right to left) of the user.
- Ensure first tab is active when arriving at the page.
- Keep users on same page when navigating between Tabs.
- Use 5-7 Tabs max.
- Tabs are lateral sections that control which content you see.
- Click and reveal content.
- Related content that can be divided into sections to present information within the same page.
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