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A Style Template is designed using a Base Template to start with and then using the Dogma Rules, font families, colors and other design elements are added to create a fully-designed look.
A Style Template is category specific. These templates include stock photos that match the category as well as category-specific page layouts (e.g. a menu page for a restaurant).
Mono Style Templates are a great starting point for designing a website for a client. They can also be used as inspiration during the sales process where the client can look at the different styles and designs available. This makes it quick easy to kick off the design process and keep expectations in check.
Style Templates are also those used during the sign-up phase for a DIY client when they are in the process of creating a site and are asked to choose a design. The user can afterwards easily change the design within the V5 editor using Themes which apply new styles.
EXAMPLES OF STYLE TEMPLATES
Base Templates are the foundation in Mono's Template System - the starting point for all Style templates.
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.