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Updating page templates

Learn how to make changes to page markup

Rendering HTML using JavaScript Promoted article

When Zendesk’s Curlybars templating language can’t generate the desired HTML, our JavaScript-based micro-templating system steps in.

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Written by Aaron Musk
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Understanding Guide templating

Guide templating, also known as the Templating API, is responsible for rendering the Help Center theme packages. This contains the Curlybars templating language that is...

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Written by Vera Yang
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Customizing page templates with HTML and Curlybars

The HTML for the Help Center is contained in editable templates that define the layout of each page type, as well as the global header...

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Written by John Smith
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Using variables in CSS and HTML

The properties you choose in the Settings panel or set in your manifest file for colors, fonts, and theme images are stored in variables. You...

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Written by Jess Bezos
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Adding multiple templates to your theme

By default, there is one page template each for article, section, and category in a theme. You can create up to ten additional page templates...

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Written by Aaron Musk
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Changing page templates in Guide

In a Guide theme, there is one page template each for article, section, and category by default. On Guide Enterprise, Guide managers can create additional...

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Written by Jess Bezos
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