I don't have any problem using the back-end for creating and editing content, but my clients do. I want to provide them with some simpler menu options that are targeted for editing or creating articles in certain categories. I have this working well enough, but when I log into the front end and create a new article, I see some conflicts with the template for the site as well as the editing experience is quite clunky.

Is there a way to assign a different template to these editing experiences?

  • I think your question would benefit from some actual context/details so that volunteers know exactly what is going on and what needs to change. – mickmackusa Dec 14 '19 at 3:38

I Feel sheepish

All I had to do was go into the Extensions >> Templates menu and assign the Protostar template to those menu items, and bingo. A template that was pretty much designed to be a front end editor.

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