Use HubSpot's template builder to create templates using modules in a drag and drop interface. These templates serve as the foundation for your pages, emails, and blogs.
Please note: if the HubSpot Technical Services team has set up your templates, you'll already have custom templates to accommodate the design requirements of your site.
What is a HubSpot template?
HubSpot template serve as the foundation for the content that you create. Templates are built by arranging a variety of content modules in a drag and drop interface.
The layout editor helps you convert an idea, sketch, or prototype into a responsive template for creating content.
Create a new template
- In your HubSpot Marketing Hub Basic, Professional, or Enterprise account, navigate to Marketing > Files and Templates > Design Tools.
- Click File > New file in the sidebar finder to create a new template.
- In the dialog box that appears, choose Drag and drop.
- Use the dropdown menu to choose the template type you'd like to create. While most modules can be added to any template, each type of template has special modules only available to that template type. You can select the following template types:
- Blog: structured templates that act as the foundation for both your individual blog post and blog listing pages.
- Email: structured templates that act as the foundation for your email.
- Page: structured templates that act as the foundation for your website and landing pages
- System: structured templates for error, password prompt, and email subscription pages.
- Next, give your template a file name. When you're done, click Create.
Structure and customize your templateEdit your template's structure as needed. Once you've created and modified the template, click Publish changes at the upper right of the layout editor to make your template available for content creation.
Create a page, email, or blog post with your template
Once a template is published, you can create new pages or emails based on that template. You will also be able to select this template for your blog in your settings.
Learn more about building templates in HubSpot with this Academy lesson.