What is a HubSpot template?
HubSpot template are essentially model pages and emails that will 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. For a full explanation of every type of standard HubSpot module, check out this article.
Template Builder helps you convert an idea, sketch, or prototype into a responsive template for creating content.
Follow these instruction to create a new page, email, or blog template.
Navigate to Design Manager
The quickest way to open your Design Manager is by navigating there from the Content tab (Content > Design Manager).
Create a new template
To create a new template, click New template.
If you are already working on a template or coded file, you will want to click +Tab new tab.
Choose type of template
Next you will be asked whether you want to create a template, coded file, or custom module. Select Template Builder.
You will also choose what type of template you would 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. Template Builder allows you to create:
- Page templates - structured templates that will act as the foundation for your site and landing pages.
- Email templates - structured templates that will act as the foundation for your email. These templates include some email specific module options.
- Blog templates - structured templates that will act as the foundation for both your individual blog post and blog listing pages.
- System templates - structured templates for error, subscription, and password protected pages. You will learn more about System templates in a later section of this guide.
In this example, we will choose Page, but you can choose whichever type of template you would like to build.
Press Create to choose where you would like to save your template or file.
Name and save the template
Choose the directory that you would like to save your template in. Click Save.
You can also create new folders by clicking the New folder button. Keeping your templates organized into folders will make it easier to find the template you are looking for when creating new content.
Structure and customize your templateIn the next article in this guide, you will learn more about structuring and customizing your template layout. But once you have created and modified the layout, click Publish Changes to make your template available for content creation.
Create a page, email, or blog post
Once a template is published, you can create pages, blog posts, or emails, based on that page.