Templates divide site pages into variable grid patterns. Administrators may accurately control the content and modules which may be displayed within each grid cell.

Page layout is controlled through a hierarchy of templates, with each template comprising of an interchangeable header, footer and Container Page template.

The header and footer generally comprise of the graphic skin and navigation, while the Container Page Template, which divides the page into variable grid structures, controls the placement of content and applications (modules) on the page.

The following illustration shows an example site page, and the associated template controlling display:


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