Last updated: January 28, 2022
A template setup is a service you can request from the HubSpot Migrations Team. Migration technicians will create a set of templates with the same header, footer, and general body styles as your current website.
Please note: a template setup is not a redesign project, and HubSpot's migration technician can't deliver custom design requests. Global header and footer content will reflect what's live on your website when your template setup is requested.
Your new templates are coded files created with a flexible drag and drop editing experience for content creators. You can customize the layout, content, and theme settings in the page editor without touching any code.
Some parts of your templates, such as your site header will appear on multiple pages. This content is referred to as global content, which can be edited directly and published to multiple pages within the page or blog post editor.
You'll get a set of page templates for any landing pages or website pages you want to build. The layout and content of each page can be customized within the page editor. The fonts, colors, and styles of your templates are controlled in your theme settings.
You'll receive coded templates for your blog posts and your blog's homepage. Your global content can be edited within the blog post editor.
If you provided a link to your current blog, you'll receive one blog index template based on this design. If you didn't provide a link with the layout of your existing blog, you'll receive two blog index templates for your blog's homepage. You can choose which blog template is applied to your homepage within you blog settings.
In addition to your main website, blog, and landing pages, you'll receive system templates for default pages on your website, such as error pages and email subscription confirmation page. Learn more about system templates.
Learn how to request a template setup and the expectations for the timeline of the project.
Please note: if you don't have this option in your Account & Billing page, reach out to your Customer Success Manager to request a template setup.
In a template setup, your existing website styles are recreated on HubSpot's CMS framework, according to the website review agreement you've completed with the team. Certain types of widgets, fonts, submenus, scripts, or unsupported file types may not be included on your HubSpot template.
Here's a list of common elements that can't be recreated in your templates:
If there are elements that can't be included on your HubSpot templates, you can host that content elsewhere and create a seamless experience for your visitors by setting up a subdomain or iframe from your HubSpot-hosted site.
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