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These guidelines provide guidance on choosing the right templates and some important elements to consider. Anytime you want, you can change your pattern. Beginning with a style sheet that's right for you, your website's design becomes simpler, but if you choose that a style sheet doesn't fit your needs, you can view a new style sheet previews or change it entirely without having to start over.
See Changing Templates for more information. When you are not sure what your website should look like, we suggest you review the general functions you need on your website. Compiling a feature shortlist makes it easy to find the right one. No matter whether you are on a website or a commerce roadmap, you can select any of the templates.
Each template includes the possibility to present and resell your product, but some have functions optimised for on-line sales, such as Quick View and Image Zoom. You can find a listing of templates that supports extended or one-of-a-kind product page choices under Product page designs. Cover sheet plans (discontinued) use layout instead of template.
If you need help choosing the layout that's best for you, check out the cover page layout. Go to Squarespace.com and click on Build a site. Browse for templates by typing the intended use of your website or by name. Every templated demonstration site, such as bedford-demo.squarespace.com, uses example contents to show the specifics of the site and inspire your work.
To see the demonstration site, click a site to display it. Instead of focusing on the businesses used in the demonstration contents, we recommend searching for functions that specifically address you. As an example, our basil demosite is for a dining room, but basil's index page scrolls can be used for any page if you' re interested in matching fat news items with changing pictures.
Choosing a website submission, we suggest that you consider the general purposes of your website. Once you've considered the intended use of your website, you can search through templates while keeping track of page type and functionality that varies greatly between templates. When you are an artiste, designer or still photography enthusiast, an image-focused style sheet helps you present your work to potential customers.
Your website's purpose is to market your company's goods, service or medium. When you are reselling a small number of items, you can use a website submission to build a small store. However, if e-commerce is the main objective for your website, a commerce submission offers enhanced functionality that will help you connect your presentation with your brands and visions.
When you have a destination for your site, it might help to search the demonstration websites and look for the designs that you will use most. This can be a raster of pictures or a set of rolling pictures, according to the original. The index pages differ widely between the templates and are ideal for presenting a company profile, information about a company or development and much more.
For more information about index pages and the templates they use, see Using the Index Page. However, if the desired style sheet does not include an index page, you can use the overview block to view contents from more than one collection on a page. Lots of templates have custom gallery page themes to show off your assets in a thrilling way, with full-screen pictures spanning the width of the page.
And if a gallary will be an important part of your site, look at the galleries page on the demonstration site of each of the templates you are considering. You can use Galerie blocks instead if the style sheet you want to use doesn't have a Galerie page you like. More information on the difference between these different galleries can be found under Galerie sets vs. Galerie pages.
Product pages are perhaps the most important thing for e-commerce shops to consider when taking your first steps. Commercially-centric templates offer unparalleled product pages with added functionality, but all templates provide product pages only. As a retailer, take a look at the Commerce Template shops until you find a design that appeals to you.
Brand pages are the most popular area to offer merchandise for purchase, so we suggest you select a style sheet with a brand page that you like. But you have more versatility than on the produce side of a pattern. They can use blocs to emphasize your company logo or customize your regular pages, blogs, postings, and other areas of your work.
Styles of blogs pages and blogs post vary depending on the templates. We suggest that if blogs are going to be an important part of your website, you choose a site whose blogs page you like. The majority of templates include built-in community symbols for linked Facebook and Twitter account. These symbols vary in position and look depending on the original, so it is an important consideration.
See Viewing Corporate Symbolics for a listing of templates with built-in corporate symbols. You can use the SolidWorks Links Block to replace built-in solid symbols on regular pages, footer lines, customizable header characters, and other partitions. For more information, see Using the Block Links. Last important variation to consider when choosing a style sheet are the navigational menu, side bars and footer lines.
Navigational menu - When searching templates, be aware of the location and behaviour of their menu. In addition, some templates have alternate navigational menu items to display an extra phrase of link or offer navigational choices within an index page or directory. Most templates allow you to adjust the distance, fontsize, and location of these menu items.
Bars - Only certain templates support Bars. You can use side bars on all pages, only on blog pages or in other combination. When you want side bars on one or all of your pages, look for demonstration pages that contain them. You can find a listing of the templates with side bars under Processing side bars.
Footer lines - Different templates provide footer line functionality. Several templates have two footer line choices. You can find a listing of templates with footer lines under Edit Footer Lines. Please note: Since navigational menu, sidebar and footer are important structure items of a style sheet, we do not suggest adding these functions with user-defined styles heet to templates they do not work with.
Once you choose a submission, you can immediately begin to build your website. In order to get going, please go to Squarespace.com. We' ve found that the best way to choose the right templates is to experiment by changing the templates on your website. If, after having read these hints, you have further queries about our templates, open a ticketing form so that a consultant can help you find the right one.
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