To create your own content blocks configuration, perform the following:
NOTE: When you create a template, you must define all the placeholders in advance. Later, when you use the template in a page, you can only drop new layout elements and widgets in already existing placeholders. We recommend you use the 100% layout element as a placeholder, which you can later divide into more elements. For example, if in the template you want to define the header and the footer of the page, but you want to leave the main section to be designed later, you must add the placeholder for the main section when you define the template. Otherwise, you will not be able to add the main when you create the page in between the header and the footer.
NOTE: The widgets that you add in a template cannot be edited in the pages that use the template. If you want to be able to edit widgets, added in the template, from a page that uses the template, you must branch the widgets. To do this, when you add a widget in a template, in the upper-right corner of the widget, click More » Make editable on pages.
For more information, see Template widgets editable in pages.
Your layout template is arranged. You can further fine-tune the layout elements.
For more information about resizing columns, editing spaces, and applying CSS classes, see Edit layout elements.
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