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'''See also''': [[J3.x:Switching templates#Assigning more than one template for the Front-end|How to assign more than one template to the Frontend]]
  
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'''Angalia pia:''' [[J{{CurrentSTSVer|minor}}:Switching templates#Assigning more than one template for the Front-end|Ni vipi kupeana zaida templeti moja kwa upande wa mbele]]
 
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Template style is a feature introduced in Joomla 2.5 that allows users to assign different template styles to individual menu items. By default, Joomla assigns a template style to all menu items upon installation. A yellow star indicates the default template style in use. A default template style can be partially or completely overridden by assigning different template styles to the desired menu items in order to obtain a different look for their respective pages.

A template style can be assigned to menu items one of two ways.

  • Template manager Extensions  Templates  Styles
  • Editing a menu item under Menus  [Menu Name]  [Menu item]


See also: How to assign more than one template to the Frontend