What are some of the better UX techniques to deal with really long static content pages? We are talking about 4-5 printed pages on a single URL of a site (meaning that if you were to print these content pages, the length of its content would amount to/fill four to five 8 1/2x11 page papers).
This would have to be for desktop and mobile readability as well.
Long content page example would be an enrollment requirement page for a collegiate program. On such a page, you would find the following categories (with two to five paragraphs per category):
- Prerequisite Courses
- Admissions Requirements
- Competitive Candidate Statistics
- Application preparation
I have no control over content structure and/or navigation. The most I can do is to provide a display for data that is in a well formatted and legible way; without having the user to scroll to infinity.