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Templates & Post Types

GREYD.SUITE offers you a completely new way to work with templates. Create layout templates that are independent from your content, so you can use one and the same template on different pages with different content. You can also easily create custom post types without coding.

Dynamic Templates

How Do I Create Flexible Layout Templates?

This video explains how easy it is to create and use layout templates that are independent from your content. Learn also how to change a template without affecting your content.

Covered topics
Create a template, fill templates, dynamic content, mobile optimization, responsive, change a template, enter content, adapt templates, row width, gutter, grid, categories, placeholder, make elements optional, reusable, pattern

Related topics
OverviewCustomizerImport/export templatesTrigger events for templates, Academy video: Save time with Dynamic Templates, Dynamic Templates vs. Reusables, Template Library

Template Dashboard

Which Types of Templates Can I Use in GREYD.SUITE?

Learn here how to manage your templates in GREYD.SUITE and which types of templates exist.

Covered topics
Create a template, 404, footer, off-menu, navigation, post template, single, dynamic templates, archive, search, compatibility message, dynamic post types

Related topics
Dynamic TemplatesGutenberg in GREYD.SUITECustomizerImport/export templatesTrigger events for templatesUpload ready-to-use website templatesUpload a website template/theme
, Template Library

Dynamic Post Types

How Do I Create Custom Post Types?

With GREYD.SUITE you can create and design custom post types without coding. There's no need for any programming skills, technical know how or even WordPress knowledge to manage post content. Learn here how it works.

Covered topics
Create post type, place help texts, description, placeholder, individual post type, optional fields, post overview, fill post type, create posts, post template, single template, post archive, search, dynamic placeholders

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Post OverviewPost ArchiveDynamic TemplatesImport/export post types

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Frequently Asked Questions


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How can I make the parent element of a dropdown menu clickable?

By default, WordPress blocks the option to add a link when a menu item functions as a dropdown parent. But with the following workaround you can make it possible:

1. Create a menu with all items you want to have in the dropdown

2. Create a template with a menu block and select the menu you`ve just created

3. Go to your main menu and remove all sub items from the parent item

4. Click “Template Dropdown” in the menu settings and select the template you`ve just created.

Why can’t I find my Post Type in the search module?

To integrate Dynamic Post Types in frontend searches, you must activate the corresponding function in your Dynamic Post Type settings. You will find it in your Dynamic Post Type under “Post Architecture”.

My post type is not displayed anymore?

Did you change the name of your post type or other important elements such as categories or tags after implementing it in modules like the post overview or search module? Just open the respective modules, if necessary re-select the post type and save your page.

Why can’t I see and fill certain elements of my Dynamic Template?

Please make sure to give a unique name to each element, also when copying elements in a template. If two elements have the same name, they will automatically be filled with the same content and will only appear once in the template block. This makes it much easier to copy elements in order to style your template responsively without having to enter each content several times. Lear more about it in our Dynamic Templates video.

Can I change a template later even when the content has already been entered?

Yes, you can change your template without loosing your content. Just take care that the elements in your new template have exactly the same names as in your old template. Learn more about it in our Dynamic Templates video.

Why are my changes to the footer template not applied?

Please check your Customizer settings under Navigation > Footer. There, you can define whether to activate the footer and how you want it filled. Instead of the footer template you can for example also show the main menu. If you’ve selected this option or even disabled the footer, your template settings cannot be shown.