Website Template Create

We ensure your vision for a perfect business website with a user-friendly design and appearance to catch emerging technologies and trends.

A website is for a specific user, templates are for multiple users. A website will be used once, templates will be used multiple times. When you design a website, you have a particular audience in mind. When you design a template, you’re designing for a general audience. (For example, when you build a website, you’re probably building for a specific plumber; when you build a template, you’re building for it for any plumbers who are your customers, today or in the future.)

Consider elements like the color palette (no more than three colors is best) and fonts (similarly, we don’t recommend using more than three).

You’ll need to start with one of Duda’s templates in order to build your own custom versions. On the top bar of the editor, click Team > Team Templates > Create Templates. You can start with a blank template or choose one with images and text. When choosing a template, consider the following:

  1. Header and navigation style
  2. Site vertical (restaurant, service, etc.)
  3. Purpose (full website or landing page)
  4. Number of pages (one-pager or multiple pages)
  5. Features and widgets (store, blog, etc.)
  6. Color scheme (dark or light)

Once you’ve chosen the template, click Create & Customize. You’ll be prompted to give the template a name so think of something that’s meaningful makes sense to everyone on your team. For example, “Wednesday Template” will probably be useless while “Carpenter Template” will be very useful. If you change your mind about the template name later, don’t worry. You can rename it at any time.

From this point onwards, you’ll be working in Template Mode. When you’re finished, click Done to save your design as a Team Template, which means anyone building websites on your team can use it as a base for their sites.

All templates are fully responsive, so it’s really important to check each version on its own (desktop, tablet and mobile) as some elements will need to be tweaked on some versions. Focus on the desktop design first and when it’s perfect, move to the tablet and then mobile versions.

Site elements that can be customized for each version include:

  1. Header and navigation menu
  2. Font size
  3. Padding and margin spaces
  4. Photo galleries layout
  5. Popup size
  6. Site background colors and images