Websheet Standards
Please follow all Guidelines listed here
To create good looking and easy to work with Templates for users, we would like You to follow all steps mentioned here. This Section is devoted on the look of the Website. It covers visual, naming and other convetions which we should maintain.
Check the Description for All Settings
Each of the settings has a description with more information. Read these before you get started to make sure you understand how to work with them.
Where to Format Text
When editing Blocks in the Block editor, you'll see two basic ways for editing the look of the text within the Block:

1) Via the text editor, which allows you to change color, add hyperlinks, change font size and more.
2) By changing text element settings, which allow you to change font and color.

We recommend avoiding the first method and limiting how much you make use of the second method. Instead where possible, we recommend the following:

3) Edit font, color, text size and more under your site settings.

Remember – in terms of hierarchy of which styles are adopted, the order goes 1 > 2 > 3.
Making Use of Site Settings
Make use of your site settings – the tab for fonts and colors in particular! This allows you to change colors and fonts across your whole site to bring consistency to your styling.
Defined Color Ranges
Create and use "Defined Color Ranges", which can be changed via colors under site settings.

  1. You will need to have 4 Named Ranges called:

    • Color_1 - This specifies a frequent accent color. Changing this can change the theme and feel of your whole site.
    • Color_2 - A second accent color (as above).
    • Color_3 - A third accent color (as above).
    • Color_4 - A fourth accent color (as above).
  2. These named ranges should then point to 4 different cells containing the color values.
  3. Then go to colors under site settings, and set the defined color ranges as you like. From now on, You can also Edit Colors for given cells by clicking on cell and clicking Edit Block.
  4. Now back inside the Block editor, you can use these colors via Named Ranged under the FX Menu, and save your changes.
Setting Your Home Page
Set your Home sheet as the homepage for your site under the pages tab in the sidebar.
Adding Pages
When you add new pages, make sure to set up the page properties correctly:

Page Title – This should be a good name, human friendly. For example for https://developersmeetup.nomad.systems/ we use "Developers Meetup". You can change Page Title inside page properties.

Display Cell Rules – Set the logic for these. You will likely want to hide regular cells.
Setting the Subdomain Name
The subdomain name should be representing your template, for example "developersmeetup" for https://developersmeetup.nomad.systems/
Sourcing Images
Only use images from pexels.com and unsplash.com website. Take care to ensure your image is of a good resolution and an appropriate web ready size. Image format should be always .jpg. You can also use SVG Icons. An good website with free standard Icons is material.io
Naming and Storing Files
All files that are needed for your template should be put into a folder named after your template.

Individual file names should then simply describe the image with one word, for example:
Team.jpg
Team_01.jpg(If more similar)
Team_02.jpg(If more similar)
Team_03.jpg(If more similar)
Company_Logo.png
Cover_People.png

Sample Text Content
If you want placeholder text, you can copy texts from other websites or from our example website.
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