The pages of your Syngency-powered website are made up of ten templates, which are created using a combination of HTML, CSS and Liquid. HTML and CSS dictate the layout and appearance of your site, and Liquid controls what is displayed on the page by Syngency.

Liquid is a powerful templating language that is also very easy to learn and use.
It was created by Shopify and Syngency uses a very similar version of it, as well as a similar collection of templates:

Master 

The global container template. This can be used for content you want displayed on every page of your site (eg. header, logo, menu, footer, etc). 

Blog

/blog or /news

The main page of your blog – this typically lists the most recent posts published.

Blog Post

/blog/post-url or /news/post-url

An individual blog post – this template will be displayed when a blog post is clicked on from the main blog page. This template can feature “Share” links for Facebook, Twitter, etc. so visitors can share the blog post online. 

Divisions

/divisions

The list of your agency’s divisions (eg. Fashion, Commercial, Celebrity etc).

Division

/divisions/division-url

The list of models that belong to a particular division. This can either be all models, or men or women separately.

Home

This is your homepage – the first page visitors see when they arrive at your site. You can use it to show latest blog posts, featured models, an image carousel – just about anything you like.

Model

/portfolios/{model-url} or /divisions/{division-url}/portfolios/{model-url}

This can be one of the more complex templates – it is used to display a models’ details, measurements and galleries.

Package

/packages/{package-token}

The website page for your package.

Page

/pages/{page-url}

A simple template used to display the general content of any extra pages you create for your site.

Search

/search

The results of any model search are displayed on this page.

Not Found (404)

/{anything-invalid}

The 404 (a web code for “Page Not Found”) page is displayed when the visitor has entered an address for your site that does not match a blog post, division, model, page or redirect.

Model Submission

/submission or /apply

The Model Submission template features a form that prospective models can submit to be considered for your agency.

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