How to Set your Dynamic Page as a Template

Do you want to unburden your team or client from having to make any design adjustments, or reassure yourself that they can't 'break' your dynamic page design? Use a dynamic page template!

After you have built a dynamic detail page - such as a blog article page, you can set it as a template. This allows you to use the same design structure for your other dynamic pages. Let's get started!

Step 1: set your page as a template

  • Access the collection management page through the Dynamic Content drop-down menu from the dashboard upper navigation bar.
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  • Select the collection you want to work in.
  • Click the gear icon in the left menu to access to the Configuration Settings.
  • Click the Templates button.
    • Use Templates: Toggle Yes.
    • Select:
      • Allow all, granting project users access to both the templates and building a dynamic detail page themselves. 
      • Only templates for limited project user access
    • Click the plus icon.
    • Select the dynamic detail page you would like to set as a template.

Step 2: Select the template 

  • Go back to the collection overview, using the bread crumb.
  • Add another collection item. 
  • Select the template you want to use(, or freewheel it)!