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Edit Template

InstaWP allows you to edit private templates that you can share with your team or anybody with the URL. It enables you to integrate the template with the Git repository, create new sites using saved templates, and configure the template php settings.

In this documentation, we will explore how to edit a template.

Let’s get started 🚀

Step 1: Sign In to your InstaWP account and you will navigate to its dashboard.



Step 2: Click on the Templates button from the top navigation bar.



You will navigate to the templates page.



Step 3: Click on the Pencil icon corresponding to the template for which you want to edit.



This will take you to the template setup page, asking you to edit the template from the following fields:

FieldsDescription
Tamplate NameName of the template
DescriptionDescription of the template
Template TypeThere are following two types of templates to select from: ⚙️Private Template - can be used by you or your team. ⚙️Shared Template - can be shared online with a URL.
Instant TemplateWhen you create a new site from the template, it takes about 5-7 secs of time, selecting this option will instantly create a new site. Only available for premium accounts.




Step 4: After editing the changes, click on the Save button.



Then, you will see a success message on your screen.



You can also perform the following functions on your template:

FunctionsDescriptionReferences
View StatisticsTo view the statistics of users who utilize your shared template link to create new template sites.See more
Enable DeploymentTo integrate the template with the Git repository.See more
Create New SiteTo use the template for creating new sites.See more




Further to update the PHP setting (max_execution_time, memory_limit, etc), you can follow the below steps:

Step 1: Click on the Three dots and select PHP Config from the dropdown menu corresponding to the site for which you want to save as a template.



A new dialog will appear, allowing you to update the PHP configurations. For more information, please refer to the Configure PHP document.



Step 2: After making the changes according to your preferences, click on the Update button.



Then, you will see a success message on your screen.


Updated on: 19/02/2024

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