A template is a design, which you create once and applies to all elements of a post type. When you edit a template for a certain post type, all the items of that post type that use the template update immediately.

Three advertisement posts displayed using the same template

To design templates with Toolset, you need to install Toolset Views plugin.

Designing Templates Without a Page Builder

Toolset lets you create templates, based on shortcodes. These templates load very quickly and have no other dependency.

Designing templates without any page builder

Designing Templates with Your Favorite Page Builder

Toolset has its own page builder, called Layouts. Besides Layouts, Toolset is also integrated with a number of page builders. How you design templates with Toolset depends on the page builder that you prefer to use.

Designing templates with Toolset Layouts

Designing templates with Elementor

Designing templates with Divi

Designing templates with Beaver Builder

Designing templates with WPBakery Page Builder (former Visual Composer)

Designing templates with Avada (Fusion Builder)

Controlling Elements that Come from the Theme

Toolset includes additional integration with some WordPress themes, which allow you to choose which of the theme-elements to display on the templates that you design. When you are using a theme that has this sort of integration, you will be able to control the appearance of sidebars, widget areas, titles and other page elements.

You can currently control elements for the following themes:

Create Richer Templates

Display Google Maps in templates

Display information from related posts

Design templates for WooCommerce Products

Display parts of templates conditionally

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