Best Practice for Page Layout
More is not always better. Building a page layout sometime requires restraint to not lose the contextual meaning and functionality of the page. Always know what you are trying to show on a page before you begin building as this will help you know what functionality you will need and allow for a clean and concise page layout. It is always recommended to use the components available in the system to build out a page as this will allow for better structure and will follow the above pre-defined styles.
Do use background colors to break subject matters or sections on the page.
Do Not use background colors to break related subject matters or sections on the page.
Do use background colors to highlight an important section of information.
Do Not use a dark background color for large sections of information.