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    Mapping the Static HTML Files to the Front End (Classic UI)

    This information is not applicable to Primo VE environments. For more details on Primo VE configuration, see Primo VE.
    All of the static HTML slots used in Primo v2 have been retained in Primo v3, but some of them default to no content in Primo v3.
    The Home Page layout no longer contains the Signin.html static HTML file because the sign in link was moved to the top of the page in Primo v3. If you want to implement a layout with four static HTMLs, you can either create a custom tile via the custom layout or manually add the Signin.html static HTML file in the custom layout.
    The static HTML in the Full Display layout has been removed in Primo v3. The same instructions for adding the Static HTML via Custom Layout apply if you want to include a static HTML file in the full display. Note that this design choice was made to focus all attention on the displayed tab in the full display and to allow the display to be as large as possible. This allows users to display this information in a larger format than what is available on the Brief Results page.
    The following figures show the standard slots of the static HTML within the Front End user interface:
    Static HTML Slots ( Page 1 of 2)
    Static HTML Slots ( Page 2 of 2)