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Hi guys, im hoping this is a simple question - but am unable to find any other threads where this has been asked...

When you create a new page, and the default page template code gets generated - do you know if you can edit what this default code is? (I know you can edit it after it has been generated...)

If not, is it posssible to create a default page template that can be used instead of having to create one for every single page that is created?

I am using v2.6.7

Thanks in advance!

PS - sorry if this is a daft question, pretty new to this!

You can edit symphony/template/blueprints.page.xsl.

Alternatively (and this is true of all templates in Symphony), you can override a Symphony default template by creating a /workspace/template/ directory and placing your own version in there.

For example /workspace/template/blueprints.page.xsl will be chosen instead of the default :)

Just make sure the filename matches exactly!

Alternatively (and this is true of all templates in Symphony), you can override a Symphony default template by creating a /workspace/template/ directory and placing your own version in there.

Cool, didn't know that.

Thanks ever so much for your help guys!

I didn't know that either. Thanks.

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