Avada includes five Page Templates that you can choose from. Each Page Template caters to a specific situation. Page Templates are accessed on the right-hand side of the page in Avada Builder, or in the Settings tab of the Avada Page Options in the Sidebar, in Avada Live.
Default – This page template uses the Site Width that you’ve set in the Avada Global Options.
100% Width – This page template allows you to display parts or all of your content in full browser width. This is a very versatile template, however you can not assign sidebars when using this template. See the separate document on this template.
Blank Page – When you use the Blank Page template, the header and footer will be removed.
Contact – The Contact page template is useful to build a quick Contact Page with a Contact Form and an optional Google Map. If you prefer, you can also build a Contact page manually. For more information, please view the How To Build A Contact Page In Avada video.
Side Navigation – This is the Side Navigation page template. This template will be removed in a future version of Avada. Please see this document for more information.
How To Select A Page Template
Step 1 – Create a new page or edit an existing one.
Step 2 – On the right side of the page, you’ll find the ‘Page Attributes’ box. In Avada Live, you will find this by clicking the Toggle Sidebar Icon on the Toolbar, going to the Avada Page Options Tab, and choosing the Settings sub-tab. Here, all the page options that are on the right hand-side of the page in the back end are listed, including the page templates.
Step 3 – Under the ‘Template’ option, choose your desired Page Template from the dropdown field. View screenshot here. To learn more about what each page template is for, please refer to the section above.
Step 4 – Once finished, click ‘Save Draft’ or ‘Publish’.
Missing Page Templates?
IMPORTANT NOTE: In Avada 5.0, we removed the Portfolio and FAQ page templates.
With the Avada version 5.0 release, we decided to deprecate the Portfolio and FAQ page templates due to redundancy. To create portfolio or FAQ pages, please use our Portfolio Element and our FAQ Element. These Elements provide more in depth options and flexibility when building your page. If you’d like to read more about this change and why we decided to do this, please click the button below.