# Themer

# Cwicly Themer

The Cwicly Themer can be used to build new templates, edit existing templates or delete templates.

Most importantly, you can manage different conditions you want to apply to templates to specify where and how they appear when a user navigates through your website.

This means that you can apply conditions to a template so that it is applied to an archive page, a singular element, a product page etc.

You can also quickly access the templates parts "editor" through the parts button to improve your workflow.

  1. Navigate to the Wordpress Admin Menu
  2. Open the Cwicly Themer

# Cwicly Themer Tabs

The Cwicly Themer is structured into three tabs: templates, parts and global parts.

# Templates Tab

The Templates Tab allows you to visualise every template added to your installation. This allows you to quickly identify your template and even scroll throughit for a global overview.

You can also edit directly using the quick action buttons such as: edit, visibility conditions and reset.

From here you can also add a custom template and/or a default template.

# Edit theme

The Edit theme tab allows you to navigate to your theme where you can edit it, saving valuable time.

  1. Navigate to the Wordpress Admin Menu
  2. Open the Cwicly Themer
  3. Click on Template tab
  4. Navigate to the theme you wish to edit
  5. Click on the edit tab

# Visibility conditions

The Visibility conditions allow you to set up rules that determine the conditions under which a template is applied to the current queried element.

The visibility conditions depend on the condition type (All, Singular, Archive, Author, ACF, Cookie, Date, Day of the week, Day of the month, Time, Shortcode, Username, User ID, User capabilities, User Role) and the operator. You can add new conditions and/or remove existing ones. In addition, you can choose to show a template if it satisfies all (AND) or a single (OR) condition and/or to exclude a template if it satisfies all (AND) or a single condition (OR).

  1. Navigate to the Wordpress Admin Menu
  2. Open the Cwicly Themer
  3. Click on Template tab
  4. Navigate to the theme for which you want to set visibility conditions
  5. Click on the Visibility Conditions tab
  1. Navigate to the Wordpress Admin Menu
  2. Open the Cwicly Themer
  3. Click on Template tab
  4. Navigate to the theme for which you want to set visibility conditions
  5. Click on the Visibility Conditions tab
  6. Click the delete button to remove a condition