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===Typical Template Directory Structure===
 
===Typical Template Directory Structure===
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Joomla! CMS templates use a structure of directories and files but they can vary from template to template
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*'''Site''' templates (templates that change what your website looks like) can be found in the <code>/template</code> directory. For example, if your template is called "mytemplate", then it would be placed in the folder:
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:<code><path-to-Joomla!>/templates/mytemplate</code>
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*'''Administrator''' templates (templates that change what the administrator section of the site looks like) can be found in the <code>/administrator/templates</code> directory. For example, if your administrator template is called "myadmintemplate", then it would be placed in the folder:
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:<code><path-to-Joomla!>/administrator/templates/myadmintemplate</code>
 
====Template directories====
 
====Template directories====
 
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: Generally a 200x150 pixel thumbnail image that is shown when viewing the Template list in Template Manager:Templates, not Template Manager:Styles .  This gives the Administrator a thumbnail view of the template before applying it to the Site.
 
: Generally a 200x150 pixel thumbnail image that is shown when viewing the Template list in Template Manager:Templates, not Template Manager:Styles .  This gives the Administrator a thumbnail view of the template before applying it to the Site.
  
<noinclude>[[Category:Templates]] [[Category:Beginners]]
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[[Category:Template FAQ]]
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[[Category:Template Development FAQ]]
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[[Category:Template Development]]
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[[Category:Template Reference]]
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[[Category:Template Management]]
 
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