Exporting a site to a template

How to export a site to a template

Introduction

What is Blutui?

Blutui is a Content Management System (CMS) built for the creative industry with the goal of providing Front-End Developers with design freedom. Your designers use their favourite tools within the Blutui platform and the agency dashboard provides clarity for account managers and clients. We take care of the backend, so you can focus on what matters; your content.

To find out more about Blutui's pricing and subscriptions, head to our Pricing Page or our Accounts docs.

Choose a Starting Point

Whether you are an Agency Owner, Front-End Developer, Content Manager or Client, Blutui is the perfect CMS for you

Front-End Developers are responsible for coding and creating the visual front-end elements of your Blutui website. If you are a developer, you will need to learn how to start building sites on Blutui. Find out more about this and all necessary installations below.

If you are an Agency Owner, Content Manager or Client, you do not need to worry about installation as you will spend most of your time on the site dashboard where you will manage things such as assets, blogs and collections. Learn more about the site dashboard here.

Installation

Get up and running as a Blutui Developer

Learn how to start building sites on Blutui with our development documents that can be found at dev.blutui.com. Here, you will find everything you need to become a Blutui developer from our templating language to our site API.

Login to Blutui

The login button can be found on the Blutui Home Page in the top right corner next to the 'sign up' button. Here you will be prompted for your email and password for your Blutui account. We also offer Github Single Sign On and Google Single Sign On. Once logged in, you will be taken to the Agency Console where you can manage your site(s).

Alternatively, if you have not yet received an account, you can do so by clicking the 'sign up' button. All you need is an email address and password.

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