Blueprints make it simple to launch new sites with common themes, plugins, and settings you often use. You can learn more about them here.
Once you’ve created your first Blueprint, you’ll have a couple of ways to access them. First, all of your Blueprints are available from your Blueprints dashboard. You can access that by hovering over Manage on the Flywheel navigation. From this dashboard, you can delete, rename, or create new sites from an individual Blueprint. Those options are available via the cog dropdown on each Blueprint.
Once you’ve created Blueprints, you’ll also have access to them from the new site form. When creating a new site, you can select which Blueprint you would like to start with. If you would like to start fresh, you can select “none”.
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