When you open a page, you're invited to select a theme to access a set of layouts available in this theme. Here is how it all works.
What are themes
Themes are a set of layout designs that look similar to each other. Think of it as a set template layouts you can use to make your yearbook pages consistent and cohesive.
You can access these themes by clicking on the Pencil icon on any page (except Profile Pages). It will be the first thing you'd see on the Layouts tab.
To view all of the available layouts under a theme, simply click on it and select one of them to apply on your page.
GOOD TO KNOW: The number you see when you hover your mouse cursor over the theme preview is equal to the number of layouts under it.
Using one single theme across my yearbook
To keep your yearbook look consistent, we would suggest that you only use layouts from one single theme. Here's how:
01. Choose a theme
Determine which theme best suits your yearbook look. Feel free to scroll through our Layouts library to view all of our available themes. For this example, we will be using the "Laland Yearbook Theme"
02. Add pages
You can first add a certain number of pages depending on the number of available layouts from the theme you chose. "Laland Yearbook Theme" has 12 available layouts so we need to add 12 pages.
03. Apply layout to each page
Apply one layout at a time for each page. Do the process all over again until all pages show all the layouts available from the theme.
04. Rearrange, Duplicate and Customise
Now you're free to rearrange, duplicate and customise the pages according to your needs. You can change the content, upload your own photos or even insert a Profile Page set. It's all up to you until you complete all the pages in your book.
Using several themes in the same yearbook
While we recommend that you use only one theme for your yearbook, we also understand that there are times when one theme is not enough.
Using several themes work almost the same as using a single theme except that you're only selecting several layouts per theme.
For the example above, a selection of layouts from 5 themes were used. It's all just a matter of mixing together layouts that work for you :)