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Customization Guide - Simple guide to customizing Entheos Free templates

Follow these simple steps to customize Entheos templates.

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Step 1: Defining the site in Dreamweaver

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Step 2: Customizing the Header with your Company Name

Once the image is exported it will automatically be reflected in the site.

Please note: The size of the image should not be changed. Make sure the 'Company name' fits within the slice. You can adjust the text size if the name is too long.

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Step 3: Customizing Links

Some of our templates have graphic links while others have text links.

For Customizing Graphics Links:

Once the images are exported they will automatically be reflected in the site.

For Customizing text links:

  1. If the template uses text links, the links can be customized in the Dreamweaver Template itself. All you need to do is click on the link and modify it.
  2. Save the changes. When you save a template in Dreamweaver, a pop-up window will appear that will ask you if you want to update pages. Click on Update. When all the pages are updated click on Close.

Deleting extra buttons or links

If you'd like to delete unwanted buttons or links, select the button or link in the Dreamweaver template and delete it.

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Step 4: Customizing the footer with your company details

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Step 5: Adding new pages

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Customizing text - Changing fonts using CSS Styles

We've used external style sheets to manage the text used in the site. Changing font properties has never been easier. Follow these steps to customize the text used in the template.

Using Styles to format text

  1. Open the CSS Styles panel by clicking on Windows/CSS Styles. You will see a list of all the styles created for the site.
  2. To format text, all you need to do is select the text you want to format and choose the appropriate style from the CSS Styles panel. E.g. Choose the text for the title of the page and select the 'title' style. You will now see that the text is formatted with the 'Title' style.
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