Last updated: June 15, 2022
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You can add default content to most template modules. This is helpful when you have a base content structure or format that you wish to repeat on multiple pages. Default content can be edited in the content editor. You can also prevent editing in content editors to lock default content on the template.
Adding default content allows you to substitute your own text and assets for the module's stock copy, placeholder images, and so on. By inserting default content, you can set up all the formatting and options for that particular module. Once you're ready to create a blog, email, or page from the template, you can simply swap and make modifications to your modules' default content in the content editor.
There may be certain modules in your template that require advanced customization or fixed content that you don't want users to be able to edit in the content editor. For example, if you have a landing page template with a custom coded HTML image gallery, you may not want internal users to be able to access that code in the content editor.
Please note: all modules on a blog template are locked by default. You can unlock the modules to make those sections of your template editable at the post level. Once the content contained within that module is overwritten at the post level, changing the default content of the module in the template will not affect those altered posts.
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