A template (or content template) is a predefined structure/design that
you can use any time by inserting it in page. In the D-Web context, a template is stored in a .ktpl
file that you can insert in page. The main role of a content template
is to reduce work time and minimize editing.
For example, if at the end of the week you summarize in your blog ("online
diary") the main event that happened in each day, a template will
save you significant time: you do not have to write the common part every
week (a table, days etc.).
You can create this template directly in D-Web:
Then save the content
as a .ktpl template file (select it, right-click,
and choose the Save as Template option):
In the window that opens, enter a name for the .ktpl
file (only the name, and not the extension as well), and on the left select
the folder where you want to save it:
Note: Click here
to learn more about configuring the Remote File Explorer
window when saving a new template.
Once saved on the remote server, you can access
the template file at any later time - click the Content
from the toolbar and then select the needed template:
Note: In order to create a template,
the D-Web area does not have to be empty at
first. You can even save pieces of page content as a template: simply
select that certain section, right-click and then choose the Save
as Template option (just like shown above).