Time for action – creating a template style for one specific page
Let's assume your client has a few special pages on the site about a special event. They want to make this event page stand out from the rest of the site. To create this effect, we'll create and apply a template style. We'll create a copy of a template and use it to style only the pages that are linked through one specific menu link. This can be done as follows:
- First, we'll make a dummy page and a menu link that points to it. In this example, we'll create an article page named Visit the Bad Art Event and a Main Menu link of the Single Article type, which is named Bad Art Event.
- Go to Extensions | Template Manager to access the Template Manager: Styles screen.
- We'll use the Protostar ...