Built-in Functionality

There are quite a few features and controls built into the Fluid Web Deployment process that can aid you in putting together an effective and visually pleasing web site, one that will meet your business needs and that of your customers.


The Fluid Web Deployment sublayout containers are used to help display larger amounts of data, organized into logical groups, in a limited amount of screen real estate. This information can be displayed in various and unique ways using the Rich HTML editor provided by Sitecore.


Fluid Wed Deployment offers several different sublayouts to display media based content on a page. These sublayouts can help in showcasing a business product offering through image galleries and viewers.


Fluid Web Deployment allows for two types of navigation controls or sublayouts right out-of-the-box. The default navigation sublayout is what is referred to as Basic Site Navigation. This sublayout gives a simple hierarchical representation of the site structure with standard popup menus when top level items are hovered over. The other navigation sublayout is the Responsive Mega Menu Navigation sublayout. This sublayout displays the top level site items as any other navigation control would, but when these top level items are hovered over, custom Rich HTML menus can be displayed with virtually any type of HTML content inside of them.

Product Catalog

The Fluid Web Deployment Product Catalog data templates and sublayouts allow a business to build out a hierarchical product structure that will allow the business to showcase their products in a consistent and organized manner on their web site. This is made possible by using the Product Section, Product Category, and Product Detail data templates to build the hierarchy.