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The Netlify CMS Template Showroom

This is a board with templates for static site generators and boilerplates.


This site uses Gulp to compile its Sass and Javascript, and then Eleventy as a static site generator to build the pages.

The site is deployed onto Netlify via a continuous deployment process which just requires a push to the master git branch to publish new changes.


In order to develop locally you will need:

  • git
  • Node (v0.9.0 or later)
  • Yarn (v1.5.1 or later)
  • Imagemagick

Installing dependencies and developing locally

# Clone this repository
git clone

# Move to the project root

# install dependencies

# start local development server and watch for changes
# with a local server on
yarn start

Contributing templates

All templates must build reside in their own git repository with suitable readme instructions for installing, developing and deploying.

Automated builds should include installation of all perquisites and successfully build on Netlify.

To add contribute a template to this listing:

  • fork this repository
  • add your template as a new markdown file in the src/site/template/ directory following the conventions described below
  • add a screenshot as a preview image illustrating a view of this template to the src/image/previews directory
  • create a pull request to this repository

Template page structure

Use these conventions in your new template description page:


title: Descriptive title for display
repo: URL of git repository for this template
stack: (optional) List the stack arguments that Netlify will use with the DTN button. eg: cms
preview: {filename for preview image}
example: {URL of an example site}
  - react
  - gatsby
  - blog

{A description of the main features and technologies in this template}