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How to configure your blog's template options

Last updated: June 21, 2017

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You'll use the blog template options to choose the template layouts for blog articles and listing pages. If you need to customize your blog template, you can create or modify your template, in Design Manager. Once you are ready to apply your template or templates to your blog, you will need to apply those templates in content settings.


Follow the instructions below to set up how your blog should appear.

Navigate to Content Settings

In HubSpot Marketing, navigate to Content > Content Settings.

Navigate to Content Settings

Go to Blog settings

On the Content Settings sidebar, click Blog.
Content Settings Blog
If you have multiple blogs, you will want to select the blog from the dropdown at the top of the General setting section. Next scroll down or click Templates to be anchored to the blog template settings.
Blog templates nav

Customize blog template settings

You are now ready to customize your blog's template settings. You can select the template or templates that apply to your blog content, the number of posts per listing page, and attach stylesheets.

Blog template settings

Choose template or templates

You can either use a single template for both the post and listing layout, or use a distinct template for each layout. Select the blog template of your choice from the dropdown. 

Unchecking Use same template for blog listing pages adds a second dropdown to select a distinct template for listing pages.

If you were migrated to HubSpot, your default blog should already be configured with your company's custom template.

Blog template selection

Number of posts per listing

Set the number of posts that you would like to display on each page of your listing views. The default setting is 10 posts per listing page.

Number of posts

Attached stylesheets

You can also attach stylesheets to a particular blog. This stylesheet will be loaded in addition to your other global stylesheets.

Rather than using this feature, it is recommended to attach stylesheets directly to your template.

Blog stylesheets

Click Save changes to apply any template setting updates.

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