Copying page designs between portals, with purchased themes

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A feature that would save us a huge amount of time is being able to share page designs, based on a 3rd party theme purchased from the asset marketplace, between portals.

 

  • We have our dev account, on which we make client websites, using a great propietary theme.
  • Our customer's account has also purchased this theme.
  • Despite us both owning this theme, I can't port a page design from our account to theirs
  • Instead, we have to reinvent the wheel every. single. time.

 

With any other CMS (especially WordPress), we'd be able to migrate across our wireframe templates no bother, and purchase additional licenses as appropriate.

 

Is this ability on the HS CMS roadmap? 

 

I ask because, with Covid, we have a _swathe_ of new clients coming on board next year. If we had this feature, it would be economical for us to bring them all onto HS CMS. But if we can't, we'll just have to use our existing WordPress templates.

 

I have no idea if we're the only ones who desire this feature, perhaps it's quite niche. But it would certainly go a long way to helping us choose HS for more of our clients.

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Hi @RobMunnelly ,

 

I believe that if you have a number of demands on installing templates in different customer accounts, it is best to produce your own template instead of MarketPlace.

 

Created themes can be copied to any account, without having to pay for each new account.

 

I usually create all the templates for the clients I work for. Using only knowledge in CSS and HTML with basic basics and JS and da to make big projects and much more customizable and better for the marketing team, than the templates available in MarketPlace.

 

Here are some examples of sites I created on HubSpot CMS:
- https://ead.univali.br/

- https://sagah.grupoa.com.br/

- https://ead.urcamp.edu.br/

- https://ead.univali.br/pos-graduacao-ead

 

A long-term suggestion would be to start creating your own templates, thus forming your module library. 🙂

 

I send a link to the HubSpot course, which teaches any professional with HTML and CSS knowledge, to create customizable templates in HubSpot. I hope it helps! 🙂

https://academy.hubspot.com/courses/cms-for-developers

 

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Best regards!