Presets help you to set up typical interface layouts in seconds. Single pages, blogs, galleries and more are just a few keystrokes away.
Kirby ships with the following blueprint presets that you can use to get started. They can help you to quickly get started with simple but very common blueprint layouts. For more complex and fully customized layouts check out our layout guide.
For a typical single page setup (e.g. for articles, projects, text pages, etc.), you can use the
page preset. It will set up form fields and a sidebar with subpages and files.
title: Simple Page preset: page fields: headline: label: Headline type: text text: label: Text type: textarea
Besides defining form fields, you can also control the files and pages settings within this preset. Learn more ›
A collection of pages, such as a blog, projects or a shop, often does not really need form fields or files, but more features to manage subpages. The
pages preset is perfect for such page types.
title: Blog preset: pages
You have a lot of additional options to configure the way subpages are displayed with this preset and which templates are allowed. Learn more ›
Some page types, such as photo albums or download sections, should focus entirely on the file management. That's what the
files preset is made for.
title: Gallery preset: files
files preset can do a lot more to set up the ratio, size, image cropping and info of each card. Learn more ›
For more docs on available preset options, check out our Reference:
The files preset is intended for pages that only contain files and no additional content.
The Page preset simplifies the setup for standard pages with form fields, optional subpages and files.
The Pages preset is intended for container pages like a blog with subpages in different states of their publishing cycle