Working with Templates
The look & feel of a WYNCHCO website design is determined by three things:
its Content & Navigation Structure, its TEMPLATE, and
In this article we show you how to:
- install and preview a Template,
- change the Default Template,
- assign a Template,
- duplicate a Template,
- add Custom Styles, and
- uninstall redundant Templates.
We also explore:
- Positions & Position Maps,
- what to consider when changing template,
- working with Style Sets, and
- HTML Overrides.
Please refer to our separate article for how to change Look & Feel using the STYLE SETS included with every WYNCHCO TEMPLATE.
Look & Feel
The Look & Feel of a WYNCHCO website design is mostly controlled by a Template's CSS files or Style Sheets:
- more.css, and
A significant level of control is also implemented via a Template's:
- XML and
- index.php files.
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