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Templates

Federalist offers several templates for common website types that are meant to serve as a starting point for you. These templates show what’s possible and can even be the basis for your site if your needs are closely aligned to the formatting of the template. Federalist templates are not built to serve as final work products, nor are they like templates that you might typically find in a content management system. Instead, templates serve as a “starter kit.” Substantial configuration of a Federalist template requires technical knowledge and know-how.

Here are the templates currently available:

U.S. Web Design Standards Landing and Docs Template

Screenshot of the U.S. Web Design Standards Landing and Docs Template

Read the template documentation.

Modern Team Template

Screenshot of the Modern Team Template

Read the template documentation.

Landing Page Template

Screenshot of the Landing Page Template

Read the template documentation.

Basic Report Template

Screenshot of the Basic Report Template

Read the template documentation.

As time allows, we hope to add other templates based on existing Federalist sites.

Additionally, Federalist will build any Jekyll or Hugo website, supporting custom website templates. Hugo support is currently experimental.