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Footer

1. What does the module do?

It provides the user with general information about the webpage/application.

2. When should the module be used?

A footer should be inserted on every webpage/application.

3. Rules

  • The four-column rich footer has the following sections:
    • Contact.
    • Rail traffic information (at sbb.ch or microsite/application-specific information).
    • Newsletter and social media.
    • About SBB.
  • Further elements in the footer are:
    • Clock module.
    • Choice of language.
    • Links to publication details, legal information, data protection.
  • They are shown full-screen in a lightbox if the clock is clicked on.

4. Variants and statuses

4.1 Standard

Image of the footer module in the standard variant
  • The contact area contains a dropdown with various contact options. There is only one piece of contact information (no choice), so this is shown directly.
  • The height of the footer changes depending on the length of the contact content.
  • The second column contains the rail traffic information.
  • The third column contains newsletter and social media information:
    • Information text with newsletter with link to registration.
    • External social media platforms (links to the SBB sites on various social media platforms)
    • Optional internal social media platforms (e.g. links to SBB blog (‘SBB Stories’ designation) and the SBB Community).
  • The last column contains links to certain SBB content. This is defined according to context.

Design specification

4.2 Microsite with contact information

Image of the footer module for microsite with contact information
  • The contact area contains exactly one piece of contact information.
  • The second column contains microsite-specific information.

Design specification

4.3 Microsite with several pieces of contact information

Image of the footer module for microsite with several peices ofcontact information
  • The second column contains microsite-specific information.

Design specification

4.4 Microsite with its own logo

Image of the footer module for microsite with its own logo
  • It can only be used if the ‘Header with its own logo’ is used on the page at the same time.
  • The contact area contains exactly one contact address.
  • The second column contains microsite-specific information.
  • The SBB logo is linked with sbb.ch.

Design specification