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link2 - "Page Template Position" - This refers to page templates chosen when creating a new page. This will matter only for some page templates. The default template, for example, has only one position. The three over one template, however, has four positions. A small template diagram appears immediately below demonstrating the available positions on the chosen template;

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Link1

Link2 - "Page Template Position" - This refers to page templates chosen when creating a new page. This will matter only for some page templates. The default template, for example, has only one position. The three over one template, however, has four positions. A small template diagram appears immediately below demonstrating the available positions on the chosen template;

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  1. Link2 - "Page Template Position" - This refers to page templates chosen when creating a new page. This will matter only for some page templates. The default template, for example, has only one position. The three over one template, however, has four positions. A small template diagram appears immediately below demonstrating the available positions on the chosen template;
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  • Link1
  • Link2 - "Page Template Position" - This refers to page templates chosen when creating a new page. This will matter only for some page templates. The default template, for example, has only one position. The three over one template, however, has four positions. A small template diagram appears immediately below demonstrating the available positions on the chosen template;