- 24 May 2022
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Web Templates Editor
- Updated on 24 May 2022
- 2 Minutes to read
What Is the Web Templates Editor?
Nexudus is a white-label solutioon that lets you edit the code of your Members Portal to make it your own. Editing the template files used to build your Members Portal is advanced customization. You need a background in web development or hire someone who does.
How the Web Templates Editor Work
All the files required to edit your Members Portal design and layout are available through Settings > Web templates editor.
All the template files available in the editor can be edited by any full unrestricted admin user. Restricted admin users with a role that includes the relevant permissions can also edit the template files. We recommend you create a restricted admin user for developers.
For more information, check out Creating Accounts for Developers.
The way you edit the template files depends on the version of the Members Portal you currently use.
Once you know which version you use, you can follow our guides on advanced customization.
- Advanced Customisation of Version 3 & 4 of the Members Portal
- Advanced Customization of Version 2 of the Members Portal.
The editor has a menu on the left side of the page that lets you navigate between different folders and files.
This folder contains the following default files:
Pages & Components
This folder contains all the custom files you create to build on existing components.
For more information, check out Replacing and Adding Components.
This section of the editor lets you upload and manage different types of files. You can then link to any of the uploaded files from any of the template pages.
This section of the editor lets you connect the templates editor to your Dropbox account. Once you've connected your Dropbox account to Nexudus, you can easily copy your Nexudus templates to Dropbox and transfer edited files from Dropbox to Nexudus.
For more information, check out Using Dropbox with the Template Editor.
User Roles for the Web Template Editor
All full unrestrcited admin have access to the editor and can edit any of its files by default. Restricted admins need a role that includes the same permissions as a developer on top of the basic Dashboard role.
For more information on the permissions required, check out Creating Accounts for Developers.