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page schematic

or static wireframe; a drawing showing the basic navigation and content elements of a web page, without detailed content or concrete visual layout. The idea is to reveal which navigation elements appear on a page, e.g. top-level, second-level, breadcrumbs. This helps evaluate whether the site will be navigable and documents the components for other members of the design team. Visual designers can use the page schematic as a reference to ensure functional completeness in the layouts they propose.