custom template

roberto.torres.aguayo
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roberto.torres.aguayo posted this 13 September 2015

i followed the procedure to create a custom page template...
http://answers.themler.com/articles/10804/how-to-create-and-use-custom-templates

but i realized that the main template (from where i made the copy) also changed with the same modifications that applied to the new one...

what is the purpose of the custom template?? is it a bug?

i followed the procedure to create a custom page template... http://answers.themler.com/articles/10804/how-to-create-and-use-custom-templates but i realized that the main template (from where i made the copy) also changed with the same modifications that applied to the new one... what is the purpose of the custom template?? is it a bug?
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 14 September 2015

Hi,

You can click on the control in the new template, you can see the Customize Template Styles option in the left panel (the blue text), press it and the control in the new template will be customized separately from the initial one. Let us know if you have any other problems.

Sincerely,
Hella
BillionDigital Team

Hi, You can click on the control in the new template, you can see the Customize Template Styles option in the left panel (the blue text), press it and the control in the new template will be customized separately from the initial one. Let us know if you have any other problems. Sincerely, Hella BillionDigital Team
David at Acoma
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David at Acoma posted this 21 December 2015

Hi,

You can click on the control in the new template, you can see the Customize Template Styles option in the left panel (the blue text), press it and the control in the new template will be customized separately from the initial one. Let us know if you have any other problems.

Sincerely,
Hella
BillionDigital Team

Hi
After clicking on the Customize Template Style button on "Page" option, does this allow full changes like different or no menu blocks etc, or is it limited to background and basic tag styles? I am refering to use within Wordpress if that matters.
I.e. so some pages will have the main menu as per default page and landing pages (custom template in theme) have the menu removed?
Sincerely
D

> Hi, > > You can click on the control in the new template, you can see the Customize Template Styles option in the left panel (the blue text), press it and the control in the new template will be customized separately from the initial one. Let us know if you have any other problems. > > Sincerely, > Hella > BillionDigital Team Hi After clicking on the Customize Template Style button on "Page" option, does this allow full changes like different or no menu blocks etc, or is it limited to background and basic tag styles? I am refering to use within Wordpress if that matters. I.e. so some pages will have the main menu as per default page and landing pages (custom template in theme) have the menu removed? Sincerely D

Last edited 21 December 2015 by David at Acoma

Support Team
Support Team posted this 22 December 2015

Hi,

The Page tab is related to the template background only.
You can move the Menu control outside the Header control (the Header control is shared on all templates so it is showing everywhere) and then you can Copy and then Past with Share the Menu only to the desired templates so others will be without menu.
So basically all the elements you style and edit are changing on the particular template only. Except the shared controls marked with the orange border and those you have shared manually. Originally those are Header, Footer and Sidebars and all their content.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, The Page tab is related to the template background only. You can move the Menu control outside the Header control (the Header control is shared on all templates so it is showing everywhere) and then you can Copy and then Past with Share the Menu only to the desired templates so others will be without menu. So basically all the elements you style and edit are changing on the particular template only. Except the shared controls marked with the orange border and those you have shared manually. Originally those are Header, Footer and Sidebars and all their content. Sincerely, Hella
DaveOzric
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DaveOzric posted this 20 August 2018

Hello, I am struggling with this. I cannot get the new template to have different styles like header fonts. I created a new default template style and followed the instructions but your instructions do not have this step in them. https://answers.themler.io/articles/10804/how-to-create-and-use-custom-templates

Now I cannot find the option in the template to set this for this template style. Any changes I make style the default template as well. The instructions are for a very old version of Themler where the controls were on the side.

Thank you

Hello, I am struggling with this. I cannot get the new template to have different styles like header fonts. I created a new default template style and followed the instructions but your instructions do not have this step in them. https://answers.themler.io/articles/10804/how-to-create-and-use-custom-templates Now I cannot find the option in the template to set this for this template style. Any changes I make style the default template as well. The instructions are for a very old version of Themler where the controls were on the side. Thank you

Last edited 20 August 2018 by DaveOzric

DaveOzric
926 Posts
DaveOzric posted this 20 August 2018

So what I am trying to do is set different heading fonts vs the rest of the site. The Design tab seems to be a global setting and I cannot find a way to style only the new default template's headings to a different font.

Can a template style have completely different heading fonts than the rest of the site? A new default template style?

So what I am trying to do is set different heading fonts vs the rest of the site. The Design tab seems to be a global setting and I cannot find a way to style only the new default template's headings to a different font. Can a template style have completely different heading fonts than the rest of the site? A new default template style?
DaveOzric
926 Posts
DaveOzric posted this 21 August 2018

Wow, simple question and needed this answered asap. Thank you Nicepage!

Wow, simple question and needed this answered asap. Thank you Nicepage!
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