Prime Web Part Page Templates

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The Prime Web Part Page Templates provide a set of attractive, fully responsive web part page templates for use on SharePoint 2010/2013 Foundation. They can also be utilized on sites where the SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure has not been activated. If using the Standard or Enterprise version of SharePoint, please first review the Publishing Site or Team Site? article which discusses why we recommend using the Publishing Site template, with the Team Collaboration Lists feature enabled.

 

Requirements and Activation

Usage of the Prime Web Part Pages require that the Prime master page has been applied before use. For a step-by-step guide on how to setup your site with the Prime master page please review the Site Master Page Setup section in the Post Install Configuration article.

To activate the Prime Web Part Pages feature on your site collection (this has most likely already been done) navigate to Site settings > Site collection features and choose to Activate the "Emgage | Prime Web Part Page Templates (SharePoint 2013)" or "Emgage | Prime Web Part Page Templates (SharePoint 2010)" feature.

 

Usage

Detailed step-by-step instruction for both SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2010 (located below the 2013 directions) are provided below.

SharePoint 2013

To create a new page on SharePoint 2013 using one of the Prime Web Part Part page templates simply:

  1. Navigate to Settings > Site Contents and select the Site Pages library.

  2. Select the New Prime Web Part Page option located under the Files tab in the SharePoint Ribbon.



  3. Provide a Name for your new page, select the desired Prime Layout (the page icon will change to reflect the layout each template provides), and select the Save Location for the page (we recommend the Site Pages library). When ready, click the Create button.



  4. You're new page will appear, ready for content!

 

SharePoint 2010

To create a new page on SharePoint 2010 using one of the Prime Web Part Part page templates simply:

  1. Select More Options... from the Site Actions menu.



  2. Select the Prime Web Part Page option located under the Pages and Sites heading.



  3. Provide a Name for your new page, select the desired Prime Layout (the page icon will change to reflect the layout each template provides), and select the Save Location for the page (we recommend the Site Pages library). When ready, click the Create button.



  4. You're new page will appear, ready for content!
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