Templates allows you to save predefined sets of elements as a template and then reuse it when you'll need it next time. By using templates you will be able to save tons of time in case you need to create specific layout on and on - all you have to do is create your layout and save it, after that you will be able to reuse it whenever you need it.
Working with Templates
Using templates can dramatically improve page creation process, especially when your pages share same structure. That way you don't need to repeat same process over and over again. Templates allows you to save predefined sets of elements as a template and then reuse it when you'll need it next time.
Clicking `Templates` button in Visual Composer Editor will open panel with list of available templates and input field where you can enter name for your new template.
- Save current page as a Template - allows you to save current page structure as a template. Template name should be entered in the prompt window.
- Load Templates, list of existing templates. When you want one of your existing templates to be appended to the current page, simply click that template's title. To delete template click recycle bin icon next to the template's title.
Save Rows and Sections as Templates
You can save separate rows and sections as templates directly from your post layout.
To save row or section as a template, open row or section param window and select settings menu on the top right corner. Click 'Save as template' and name your new template. The template will appear under Templates window 'My Templates'.
To take full advantage from template system, we suggest to check awesome Templatera addon for Visual Composer. Templatera is template system on steroids. It allows you to place pre-build templates as an independent blocks on your pages. When you modify your template, all pages that use “Templatera” block will be populated with new content automatically. Awesome!