Page Templates

 Last Edited: May 23, 2019

Page Templates are used to easily and consistently apply the same global content to pages, such as: Headers, Footers, Global Stylesheets and Analytics Tracking Scripts.

You can create a new page template by navigating to CMS / Templates and clicking the blue “+ Add new template” button. New Templates are automatically added to the drop down in Pages once created.

You can edit existing Templates by clicking the edit button next to each, while looking at the list of templates.

Page content will be outputted where the liquid tag {{content_for_layout}} is located within your Template.

Here is how a generic Page Template file should be structured:

{% include 'site/constants' -%} <!doctype html> <html lang="en"> <head> {% include 'code_snippet', item: '1', name: 'SEO' -%} {% include 'code_snippet', item: '2', name: 'HTML Head' -%} </head> <body> <section id="visualEditor" style="display: none"> {% include 'site/visualEditor'-%} </section> {% include 'header', template: "1", header_image: "images/fido/logo-white-bg.svg", group_id: "11149" -%} <main> {{content_for_layout}} </main> {% include 'footer', template: "1" -%} {% include 'site/visualEditor' type: 'js'-%} </body> </html>

While editing a Page, you can assign a Template using the Page Template drop down and then clicking Save.

Note: Toolbox functionality will soon be added to the templates section of Admin, allowing you to easily select elements to add to the page.