Layouts and Templates

Add a Layout Template to Your Page

You can add a prebuilt or custom template to a new BizTek Page Builder page, or you can replace or append to existing content with a template. To add a layout template to a new page: When you open BizTek Page Builder for the first time on a new page, the Layout Templates window opens…

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Create and Save a Custom Layout Template

You can create a custom template from a page you have already designed in BizTek Page Builder, or you can create a template from scratch starting from the Templates admin panel. To save an existing page in BizTek Page Builder as a custom layout template: When you have the page ready to save as a template,…

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Enable the Templates Admin Panel

The Templates admin panel is a custom post type interface where you can create, edit, and delete custom layout templates just as you would any standard post or page. You can also add categories to organize your templates when they are displayed in BizTek Page Builder. By default, the Templates admin panel is disabled. Once that setting…

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Templates Overview

Layout Templates are a shortcut to designing your pages. Load a layout template that’s similar to the design you want, make tweaks, add your own content, and you’ve got a great looking page in no time. The BizTek Builder plugin comes with a number of built-in templates, plus the ability to save, manage, export, and…

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Column Layouts Overview

Column layouts and behavior have changed quite a bit in Version 1.9 of the BizTek Builder plugin, so we’ll present both the new and old versions here. Column layouts as of Version 1.9 Column layouts in Version 1.8 or earlier Column layouts as of Version 1.9 In a single row, you can have multiple layers…

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Export and Import Custom Templates, Rows and Modules

You can export your custom layout templates, as well as saved rows and modules, and import them into another site. You can select individual templates, rows, or modules to export or a combination of any or all of them. This means you can create sets of templates on a single WordPress install or staging area, then…

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