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Blueprints are frameworks that are used as the base of an instance.


Blueprints consist of an XML plate, which serves as the basis for the Schema structure, as well as a styles, JavaScript, and view files, and sometimes sample content.
Users can only manage Blueprints if the blueprint setting is switched on via their user account settings.
We'll review the Blueprints interface below.

Blueprint Interface Tour

Accessing the Blueprint Interface

Access the blueprint interface though the black menu bar at the top of the Accounts interface.
Access Blueprints from the Accounts menu bar.

Blueprints Interface

The Blueprints interface allows users to manager their Blueprints.
Blueprints are shown in a grid similar to the way instances are displayed; the first card is for registering a new Blueprint, and the other cards represent your Blueprints.

Registering a New Blueprint

Register a new Blueprint by clicking the green button on the first card in the grid.
The first card allows users to create new Blueprints.
Next, fill the form and click the dark gray button "+ Create New Blueprint" button to add a Blueprint.
Register a new Blueprint form.

Managing Existing Blueprint

Each card represents one of your Blueprints. From this interface users can edit their Blueprint, view it on GitHub, or delete it.
Existing Blueprints will be shown in a grid.

Editing an Existing Blueprint

After clicking the Edit button in the lower left-hand corner of card you will be able to edit the Blueprint's form. After editing the Blueprint save your changes by clicking the dark gray "Save Blueprint" button.