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Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Templates

Posted on the 07 February 2013 by Wishpond @Wishpond
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Templates

A template is a pattern or frame equipped with blank areas to fill with images, text, or designs.  It’s a fast way to create a set that is well put-together and chic.

Can I create my own template?

Yes.  As with sets and collections, templates are easy to create. They will help you and other users on Polyvore to create simpler sets.

Lets look at the 8 simple steps to achieve this.


Step 1

Move your curser over the “Create” link at the top of the homepage of Polyvore

Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Templates

Step 2

You will see a drop-down menu. Click “Template.” You will be directed to the Template app.

Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Templates

Step 3

Add placeholders (see Glossary). Click “Add placeholder” on either the draft template itself or on the right hand side of the builder.

Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Templates

Step 4

When you click “Add placeholder” a box outlined in dotted lines will appear. These placeholders are a guide to where you will insert the image on your set. You can add as many as you like.

Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Templates

Step 5

You can also add text, backgrounds, borders, or other items. For templates, you might want to stick to placeholders and additions under “Embellishments.” Apply items under ‘Clothing and accessories” once you are applying the template to a set.

Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Templates

Step 6

When you are happy with your template, click “Publish” in the left hand corner.

Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Templates

Step 7

To access your templates, drag your cursor over the arrow next to your username in the top right hand corner. Click “Sets.”

Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Templates

Step 8

You will see many tabs to choose from. Press “Templates.” You will be able to view the template you just made!

Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Templates

Check Out “Polyvore Guide for Retailers & Brands: Sets”


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