Static Pages - PDF Templates

How to use static pages to create covers and custom content for your PDF Templates

Static Pages are a part of the PDF Templates that allow you to create your own custom content that does not update based on product information. In this article, you will learn how to: 

 

How to add, delete, move and rename Static Pages

  • To add a new Static Page, go to the side PAGES menu underneath DOCUMENT SETTINGS and click the ADD PAGE icon. 
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  • To delete a Static Page, click the page you want to delete and at the top of the PAGES section, click the TRASH CAN icon
  • To move a Static Page, drag and drop the page into the position you desire
  • To rename a Static Page, click on the text below it and enter a new text 

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How to design a Static Page


Once you add your page, you can begin to design by adding text and image elements to the page. There are two areas where you can design:

  • Layers
  • Background

LAYERS

The Layers section allows you to add free text and image elements to the page. Elements at the top of the list will appear on top of all the others, while elements at the bottom will be layered underneath. 

 

Text Layers

Add a text layer by clicking ADD TEXT

 

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Then a set of options will appear below including: 

  • A text box where you can enter the text you want to include
  • A font section that allows you to choose the font family, size, and color
  • Letter Spacing which lets you put more or less space between letters in a single word
  • Line Height which determines the space between lines of text on top of each other
  • Text Style - Bold, italic, or underlined 
  • Alignment - Left, center, or right
  • Box Opacity which lets you determine how transparent the text component is
  • Background color adds a color to your text box
  • Border and border color allow you to choose the thickness and color of the border of the text box (if you would like to include one)

 

Image Layers

Add an image layer by clicking ADD IMAGE

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Then a set of options will appear below including: 

  • An area to upload an image
  • Opacity which determines the transparency of the image
  • Border and border color allow you to choose the thickness and color of the image (if you would like to include one)

 

You can reorder element layers by dragging and dropping them. To edit them, click on the element you wish to change and get to work!