Last updated: August 2, 2022
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You can use a starter template to build a simple website or landing page. This article covers how to create a new page, customize your page design, and publish your page using a starter template.
Please note: starter templates do not support smart content, custom modules, personalization, access to source code in rich text modules, password protected pages, or advanced options like template swapping and access to header HTML.
To create a new landing page with a starter template:
Navigate to your content:
Starter templates contain blocks of website content called modules. You can arrange these modules into horizontal rows or vertical columns.
You can group rows and columns into sections of elements. By grouping elements together, you can apply background styles to an entire area of your page. You can also drag and drop these elements to rearrange your page layout. Learn more about editing page content in a drag and drop area.
To customize your page's appearance on mobile devices, click the mobile ediEdit for mobile icon in the sidebar editor.
To customize the default styles for your starter template, click the Theme tab in the sidebar editor. You can also customize the background color or image for a specific row, column, or section of your page.
Please note: HubSpot recommends keeping consistent colors, fonts, and styles based on the settings in the Design tab. You can override default styles for an individual module in the Options tab on the left panel.
Before your page goes live, click Preview in the upper right to test how your page will appear on desktop and mobile devices. Once you're satisfied with your page's preview, click Publish in the upper right.
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