HUB DB templates & themes in the marketplace

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Hello everyone, 

 

I'm a pretty new Hubspot user at my new company. I want to leverage HubDb to build:

- A resource center

- A team page

- A media coverage center

- ...

 

I was looking if I could buy HUBdb-ready templates or pre-made modules that I could integrate directly into Hubspot, but can't seem to find them. 

 

Can anyone help me and tell me if it is something we can find?

 

Many thanks in advance

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Hi @bspring 

 

If you have a developer on the team, creating these structures with HubDB is quite possible.

 

I don't know if there are templates for this, but I only know HTML and CSS and I created this project on HubDB: https://ead.univali.br/cursos-graduacao

 

Each course card is 1 row in the HubDB table, all information on the course pages is pulled from the table. Once learned, it is really worth it.

 

I believe that practicing this HubSpot feature will be very important for your team.

 

In this certification, I learned everything I needed to create my templates on HubSpot: https://academy.hubspot.com/courses/cms-for-developers

 

This link helps me to start my project: https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/cms/guides/building-dynamic-pages-with-hubdb

 

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Best regards! 🙂

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HubSpot Employee

Hi @bspring

 

I have created a couple of sample HubDB modules via HubSpot's Code Gallery which you can view here:

https://designers.hubspot.com/code-gallery/contributor/founders/katelynae

 

There is one for a Resource Library and another for an Event Listing!

However, please note you will still need to create both the custom module and HubDB table manually within your own portal and some tweaking may be required should you wish to change any of the style/layout/or functionality. But hopefully, those can give you a good starting point 🙂 

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Hi @bspring 

 

If you have a developer on the team, creating these structures with HubDB is quite possible.

 

I don't know if there are templates for this, but I only know HTML and CSS and I created this project on HubDB: https://ead.univali.br/cursos-graduacao

 

Each course card is 1 row in the HubDB table, all information on the course pages is pulled from the table. Once learned, it is really worth it.

 

I believe that practicing this HubSpot feature will be very important for your team.

 

In this certification, I learned everything I needed to create my templates on HubSpot: https://academy.hubspot.com/courses/cms-for-developers

 

This link helps me to start my project: https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/cms/guides/building-dynamic-pages-with-hubdb

 

Did this post help solve your problem? If so, please mark it as a solution.

Best regards! 🙂

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HubSpot Employee

Hi @bspring

 

I have created a couple of sample HubDB modules via HubSpot's Code Gallery which you can view here:

https://designers.hubspot.com/code-gallery/contributor/founders/katelynae

 

There is one for a Resource Library and another for an Event Listing!

However, please note you will still need to create both the custom module and HubDB table manually within your own portal and some tweaking may be required should you wish to change any of the style/layout/or functionality. But hopefully, those can give you a good starting point 🙂 

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Hi @Katelyn_Eklund 
This looks awesome, thanks.
I'll have a look at them.

@DanielSanchez , really sorry for not answering before... I'll ask my devs to have a look at it. I have to say your website looks really great, I like the lay out.

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Hi @bspring ! Glad you were able to find assistance to get your tables started! If you're going to be in HubDB a lot managing these tables, you can check out HubDB HQ. It's an easier interface to use than HubDB and it syncs all information back to HubDB immediately. It's also free. Good luck! 

Kelly Groover

Brand Marketing Manager at Lynton

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