I feel like a lot of HubSpot users don’t even know there is a marketplace where you can purchase templates. That’s why I decided to write this ‘series’ – showing you what kind of features the Adepto Digital templates have.
About the template
The Demo Landing Page Template is a very straightforward template. It includes a header area, a “description text” -area, a form, an image (meant for displaying a dashboard or something similar) and a simple footer area.
This template has three color pickers (described further down), which I think easier to use than the built-in function. Normally (for some modules) you can edit the styles by clicking on the item in the module list (in the left sidebar) – then at the top choosing ‘Styles’ at the top. You choose which method you want to use.
How to customize the template
Below is a screenshot of how the template looks in the inline editor. The module names should be explanatory enough, but I will go through them just in case.
(from top to bottom)
Header Color Picker: use the color picker or add HEX/RGB code to change the header background color.
Button Color Picker: use the color picker or add HEX/RGB code to change the form button color.
Footer Color Picker: use the color picker or add HEX/RGB code to change the footer background color.
Logo: normal image module for the logo. It is set to have a maximum width of 250 pixels and a maximum height of 200 pixels.
Header: a header module where you can choose between H1, H2, H3 and H4.
Description Text: this area is a rich text module, so you can edit the text in any way you want.
Text Above The Form: this area is a rich text module, so you can edit the text in any way you want.
Form: normal form module.
Laptop Image: image module, optimized for images like the laptop currently there. You’ll find the same image with a blank screen here. If you want to use another image, make sure it’s somewhere around 884px wide and 511px tall.
Footer Text: this area is a rich text module, so you can edit the text in any way you want.
- Posted by Andreas Westerlund
- On October 23, 2017