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Users with the roles of "Administrator" or "Superuser" can create and edit article-templates and they can allocate them to certain rubrics.
ConPresso-templates are article-templates but not page-templates, which means that they solely govern the look of articles. Their functionality has an impact on both, the frontend and the ConPresso backend: in the frontend of a ConPresso project they govern the look of an article and in the ConPresso backend they determine which content elements (e.g. texts and or images ect.) are there for a content editing user to create and edit.
If more than one article-template has been allocated to a rubric, content editing users can influence the look of an article by choosing the article-template they like.
The next sections will introduce you to the ConPresso template system and its placeholders followed by explanations of how to create and edit article-templates.