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Last updated: November 17, 2023
To create a series of templates and modules with a similar header, footer, and styling as your live website in HubSpot's CMS, you can request a template setup performed by HubSpot's Replatforming Team. You can use these templates to create landing pages, website pages, and blog posts.
A template setup may be a good option if:
If you’re looking to significantly redesign your website or want customized templates and modules, you may want to consider partnering with your developer or a HubSpot Solutions Partner.
When selecting a URL for a template setup, it's recommended to use a page with a header, footer, main navigation, and a form.
Template setups may not include all of your content.
Please take note of the following requirements and limitations before requesting a template setup:
Although your new templates are coded files, you can customize their layout, content, and theme settings in the content editor using drag and drop editing tools.
Some parts of your templates, such as your site header, will appear on multiple pages. This content, referred to as global content, can be edited directly and published to multiple pages within the content editor.
These templates can be used to create landing and website pages. The layout and content of each page can be customized within the content editor. The fonts, colors, and styles of your templates are controlled in your theme settings.
Blog templates can be used for your blog posts and blog listing page. If you provided a link to your current blog, you'll receive one blog index template based on this design. Otherwise, you'll receive two options for your blog index template. You can choose which blog listing template to apply in your blog settings.
In addition to templates for your page and blog content, you'll receive system templates for default pages on your website, such as error pages and email subscription confirmation pages:
When you receive an email notification that your template setup is finished, you can review your content in your HubSpot account.
After reviewing your new templates, you can report issues with how your templates were set up to a replatforming specialist. To learn more about using HubSpot's editing tools, contact HubSpot Support instead.
Please note: you can only report missing or broken content up to 60 days after a template setup's completion date.