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The Cruise theme has a task-driven homepage, presenting content in a series of tabs dedicated to different areas of your site.

Version 11 introduces some major changes to improve the theme's accessibility and usability, and to bring it inline with standard components used across our product ranges.

Cruise Example

Page Structure

Each page in a site using the Cruise Theme includes a header, footer, main content area and right hand column.

Page Header and Top Level Menu

The header area is displayed at the top of every page. It contains site-wide components like the logo, top utility menu, site navigation and search.

Main Page Content

The central column displays the main page content, as entered into iCM. This includes text, images, inline links and other embedded content.

Right Column

The right column is used to display content related to the current article in iCM. This content is organised into a series of panels, known as asset panels.


The footer is displayed at the bottom of every page. It contains site-wide components like the footer icons, bottom utility menu and copyright information.


These articles describe the Cruise Theme's custom Home template and include example implementations of the other core template types.

Media Definitions and Image Sizes

The Cruise Theme supports the following media types and uses the following image size constraints.

Subsite Settings

These settings for the Cruise Theme are held in the subsite configuration, in addition to those that make up the framework's core behaviour.

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