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As we've already seen in the Space Website section, you can edit the website files via your dashboard. We're now going to see the different elements that make up the Template Editor, and how to create new Custom Pages. 

To access the template editor, go to System > Web Templates.  

Template editor elements 

When you access the template file, you can see the elements that it is made up of:  

  • Upgrade: If you click on this button, you download the latest version of the template file on the Nexudus servers. 

IMPORTANT: Remember that all changes that you've made will be lost when you upgrade the file. Be sure that you want to carry out this action before doing so.

  • Preview: This button offers you a preview of the file. 
  • Open in Window: This button opens the file code in another page. 
  • Save: When you change the file code, click on the save button to confirm the changes. 

Common Files 

Below we'll explain how the template files that you'll find in the Common Files folder work. They are the default template files and you cannot add or delete any elements from this folder: 

  • about.htm: This file corresponds to the About Us section on the website.
  • allowances.htm: This file controls the Allowances section in the member's private area. 
  • blog.htm: This file is a list of blog posts on the space website Blog . 
  • blogpost.htm: This file is a blog post from the blog. 
  • booking.htm: This file displays the New Bookings made on the space website. 
  • bookings.htm: This file controls the Bookings Calendar on the space website. 
  • community_thread.htm: This file displays when a new item is posted on the Community Board. 
  • community_threads.htm: This file is the Community Board's main page.
  • contact.htm: This file corresponds to the Contact page on the space website. 
  • css.css: The file is the template's main style sheet. You can add extra style files if you need to, using the Other Files or Custom Pages folders. 
  • dashboard.htm: This file manages the dashboard linked to your account. 
  • directory.htm: This file controls the main directory page for members, contacts and teams on the space website. 
  • directory-profile.htm: This file provides details for a particular profile on the directory. 
  • directory-search.htm: This file controls the search and results in the directory. 
  • directory-team.htm: This file provides information about a team profile. Remember that teams can only be published on the directory via the dashboard, by going to Space > Teams.
  • event.htm: This file manages the page that announces the Events on the space website. 
  • events.htm: This file corresponds to the general Events list on the space website. 
  • event-tickets.htm: This file is the page where Tickets can be bought. 
  • footer.htm: This file is the footer that appears on all sections of the website. 
  • header.htm: This file is the header that appears on all sections of the website. 
  • home.htm: This file corresponds to the Home page on the space website.
  • invoice.htm: This file is the Invoice template that is raised by default from your account to members and contacts. 
  • invoices.htm: This file controls the Payment section corresponding to the private area on the space website. 
  • js.js: This file enables you to add javascript code to your space website. 
  • master.master: This is the template's master page, it can be uploaded to other pages using the code {% extends master.master %}. It contains the <meta> tags, <scripts> and other elements that are also found on other template pages. 
  • newsupportmessage.htm: This file corresponds to the New support message page on the space website. 
  • profile.htm: This file manages the My profile section on the private area on the space website. 
  • resource.htm: This file provides details for a resource on the space website.
  • resources.htm: This file corresponds to the list of resources on the space website.
  • signup.htm: This file corresponds to the Signup form used by members/contacts via the space website. Remember that you can add custom files to this form directly via the dashboard in the MRM section. 
  • store.htm: Additional products can be bought from this section on the private member area on the space website. 
  • support.htm: This file is the main page for the Help desk on the space website. 
  • supportmessage.htm: This file displays a help message and its answers. 
  • tariff.htm: This file manages the My price plans section on the private area on the space website. 
  • terms.htm: This file controls the general Terms and Conditions for the space, which are shown when a member accesses them for the first time. You can edit these terms and conditions directly via the dashboard, going to System > Spaces

Custom Pages 

When you add a custom page, you can add extra content to your Nexudus Spaces website. Adding a Custom Page is simple: 

  • In the Template Editor, go to the Custom Pages folder and click on the Create Template File button.

  • On the next screen, fill in all of the required fields and click on Save to complete the process. 

Web Templates - Fields References

Personal page - Reference fields

BusinessSelect the name of the space that is adding the custom page from the drop-down menu. If you manage more than one space from your Nexudus Spaces account, choose the space that is adding the custom page from the drop-down menu.

Enter a name for the page that you're adding.

IMPORTANT: This name must end in .htm .css or .js

Permalink*Enable this field if you want the page to be enabled as soon as you finish adding it.
File Language

Choose the language that the custom page will be available in on your space website. You can add different custom pages and include the content in different languages in each of them, linking them to the corresponding language. The space website is available in Spanish, English, French, German, Catalan and Portuguese.

IMPORTANT: You must fill in this field, if not, the custom page will create a conflict with the rest of the space website.

PublishedEnable this field if you want the page to be enabled as soon as you finish adding it.
Access Level

You can select the access rights for the custom page in this field. The statuses are: Private (accessible only by users with a link). Password protected (password required to be viewed).Public (visible to everyone). Only for logged in Users (log in required to be viewed).

PasswordIf you have selected Password Protected in the field above, enter a password here.


Editing a custom page  

Once you've added a custom page, you'll see that it has some elements marked by default that you can use to include the content you want, such as lists <li>, headings <h1><h2>... etc. Editing these pages is similar to the rest of the files on the template. You can also edit the options above using the Advanced button.