Working with inlined templates pt1

How to correctly upload the inlined HTML template you've created, so you don't shoot yourself in the foot.

There is more than one way to upload a template and when you understant how to get it right you have a huge opportunity to give yourself massive flexibility in the way you use your templates longer term.

This is the first video in a series of actually using the templates you have previously created using the training in earlier articles.

We look at how templates need to be 'broken apart' in to the three elements needed and where you upload each element.



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