— THE CORE —
A MONO BASE TEMPLATE contains a number of pre-settings in relation to spacing and font sizes. This means all spaces (in Main Wrapper and Content Wrapper, in Rows, in Columns and in Modules) are adjusted in relation to each other. This helps columns stack nicely in relation to each other and the different viewports. For example, a row with four columns next to each other in the Desktop view will then stack over each other in the Mobile viewport. In BASE TEMPLATES we have also predefined all the text sizes for Headline, Subtitle, Preamble, Body text, etc. and adjusted them so that they also work well across the different viewports. We call these settings our BASE STYLE STRUCTURE. All BASE TEMPLATES have the same base style structure but are differentiated by frame designs (full width, boxed, and special side menu) as well as different header and footer designs.
There are three types of Base Templates: FULL WIDTH, BOXED and SPECIAL. Each of these are available in different combinations where the header (including Menu/Navigation design) and footer are differentiated in design. These different combinations are designed to be quickly edited and customized.
BASE TEMPLATES are used both as a starting point for production of STYLE TEMPLATES but also can be used directly to start the production of a CLIENT SITE.
All BASE TEMPLATES are designed so that they can easily be edited and customized by following the DOGMA RULES for that particular template. We have listed below the Mono Base Templates broken down by the different template types: Websites, E-commerce, Landing Pages and One-Click Websites.
WEBSITE - BASE TEMPLATES
FULL WIDTH BASE TEMPLATES
(The six shown base templates are also a part of "Themes" in the V5 editor).
BOXED BASE TEMPLATES
E-COMMERCE - BASE TEMPLATES
LANDING PAGES - BASE TEMPLATES
Style Templates are based on Base Templates but include fonts, colors and category-specific page layouts.
Dogma Rules are a step-by-step recipe on how to quickly customize a template in the most effective way.
Learn more about the details of how the Mono Template System is defined by concept.