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How to apply type-specific overrides
  1. From the Navigation Menu, expand Admin, and select Sites & Settings.

  2. In the Sites widget, click site to which you want to apply a type-specific override.

  3. Under Front End, expand Type Specific Overrides.

  4. Under Type Specific Landing Page Content, click |mi-add_circle_outline|.

  5. From the Types list, select content types to which you want to apply a type-specific override.

  6. From the Content list, select one of the following:

    • Inherit—Inherits the content from the parent level in the content hierarchy.

    • Add After—Inherits the content from the parent level and adds a new module under them.

    • Add Before—Inherits the content from the parent level and adds a new module above them.

    • Replace—Replaces the content inherited from the parent level.

  7. Under Type Specific Overrides, click |mi-add_circle_outline|.

  8. From the Types list, select content types to which you want to apply a type-specific override.

  9. Click |mi-more_horiz| and select Overrides.

  10. Expand Logos & Icons Overrides.

  11. Expand Logos & Icons Overrides.

  12. From the Logo and News Publisher Logo lists, select one of the following:

    • Inherit—Inherits the logo from the parent level in the content hierarchy.

    • None—Applies logo from the parent level in the content hierarchy.

    • Select—Displays a content picker for selecting an existing logo.

  13. Expand Layout Overrides.

  14. From the Hat, Navigation, and Footer fields, select one of the following

    • Inherit—Inherits the logo from the parent level in the content hierarchy.

    • None—Applies item from the parent level in the content hierarchy.

    • Select—Displays a content picker for selecting an existing item.

  15. From the Above, Aside, and Below fields, select one of the following

    • Add After—Inherits the above, aside, or below layout block's modules from the parent level and adds a new module under them.

    • Add Before—Inherits the above, aside, or below layout block's modules from the parent level and adds a new module above them.

    • None—Removes any modules in the above, aside, or below layout block that may be inherited from the parent level.

    • Replace—Replaces the above, aside, or below layout block's modules inherited from the parent level.

  16. Click Save.