We are using Sitecore SXA 1.8

I have created a Tenant Folder , a Tenant and a Site using SXA. I have created custom page templates for the site. I am trying to map a custom page template to a Page Design but am unable to find the custom page template.

My templates:

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I can see a lot of feature templates available but not the page templates under the tenant:

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Am I missing anything?

2 Answers 2


I Managed to Fix this issue , the appropriate Sit template location for the site should set

  1. Open the '/sitecore/content/{Tenant}/{Tenant Site}/Settings' item.
  2. Choose 'Project/{Appropriate Tenant}' as a value for the 'Templates location' field in the 'Site Configuration' section.
  3. Save the item.

Your template needs to inherit (base template) from the "Page" template to get into that list. The specs of the base template you need (in 1.7.1 - probably not changed):

  • ID: {3F8A6A5D-7B1A-4566-8CD4-0A50F3030BD8}
  • Path: /sitecore/templates/Foundation/Experience Accelerator/Multisite/Content/Page

It does not have to be an immediate base template - but somewhere in the base template tree this one has to be found.

  • Thanks for the reply @Gatogordo , The template inherits the Page base template you have mentioned , but this this does not seem to solve the problem , am i missing anything else? Commented Apr 1, 2019 at 20:56
  • the template mapping source seems to be correct query:$templates||query:$pageDesigns//*[@@templatename='Page Design'] , but the lookup name displays all feature templates as well which is wrong Commented Apr 1, 2019 at 21:28
  • The query does seem correct indeed, but the list of templates is completely wrong. You might need a deep dive - open a Support ticket and send them a package of all your templates and the site...
    – Gatogordo
    Commented Apr 2, 2019 at 7:13

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