Travel Theme Manual
If you're new to Webflow, we recommend checking out their help article on editing content with the live editor to start.
Primarily, you can edit your website content by editing pages and templates. All pages and templates for the site are listed in the Pages menu, grouped by page type and similar content. Clicking on any of these will take you to the page as it appears on your site.
You can edit titles, content, authors, menus, etc. directly on the site by clicking on the items you wish to edit.
You can edit specific posts, stories, and permalink pages under the Collections menu. How to add new guides is covered below.
The hero sits at the top of the home page. It features a full-width image with text content.
Double-click on the logo and click Replace Image to add your own. The default image size is 380 x 80px. We recommend keeping to these dimensions, but you can also resize the image once placed into the header to make sure it fits into the header.
The navigation links are displayed below the Hero image. To alter your navigation links, double-click on one of the items to edit their text name and their link. On mobile and tablets, the menu will display as a dropdown triggered by the menu icon in the top right.
The home page displays four featured travel guides, with content-width images and text content.
To create a new guide, navigate to Categories on the left-hand menu and click Guides. Click New Guide. Complete the field provided and toggle the Featured? option to display it on the home page. Remember to add a thumbnail and main image.
By default, the header provides a link to the blog. You can edit the style and layout single news posts by going to the News Template found in the Pages menu.
To create a new event, navigate to Categories on the left-hand menu and click Blog Posts. Click New Blog Post. Complete the field provided and toggle the Featured? option to display it on the home page. Remember to add a thumbnail and main image.
By default, the footer houses links to your pages, posts, and social media.
The newsletter section let's your visitors sign up for your newsletter. It has a full-width background image with color overlay, as well as title and subtitle text.