This page uses the Frontend Dashboard Two Columns page template. This is split into a pair of equal width columns. Compare what you get on the left with what you don't get on the right.
What you get
Pages in Frontend Dashboard are designed to work with the dashboard slide-in menu. Just like real dashboard pages, they don't slide out to the left and are not masked when the dashboard panel is showing.
The dashboard slide-in menu even includes a page to index all Frontend Dashboard pages.
For users with dashboard access, the bookmark icon is shown to the top left of the header banner, on this page to the left of 'Full Page'. Click this icon to add or remove a Frontend Dashboard page from your favourites. This is integrated with the favourites shown in the dashboard panel that slides in from the right of pages.
Again for users with dashboard access, the help tab on the top-right can be clicked to show a help message over the page.
If you add a page attribute with the handle 'help_text', the content of that attribute will be used for the help message. If not, the page description will be used for the content of the help text.
Fronend Dashboard comes with a special Dashboard Button navigation block to create individual navigation buttons with any bootstrap button style or font awesome icon.
Also provided is a Dashboard Pages block, with templates to replicate the Frontend Dashboard dashboard page within a frontend page.
Frontend Dashboard provides block templates for the core Core Autonav block, Manual Nav and Nestable Manual Nav, so you can build button dropdown navigation customized for your Frontend Dashboard project.