You can put templates in the
/templates directory to make them available in the back end (e.g. in the settings of a
Template files in other (non-linked) subdirectories won’t be considered.
Template file names contain a prefix that let you identify their type:
ce_, for example, stands for content
element. If you want to adjust the output of the “Text” content element, you would use the
In this case, changes to the template will affect all content elements of type “Text”. If this isn’t what you’re after,
you can also provide a specific variant template by appending an individual suffix to the existing name:
would then become
ce_text_specific.html5 for instance. This template will then be specifically selectable in any of
the “Text” content elements.