There are 8 file types use the .TPL file extension:
- Document Template
- Phorum Template
- HTTP File Server Template
- Adobe Photoshop Tool Presets File
- Wii Image File
- PrestaShop Template File
- Canvas Template
- TatukGIS Editor Print Template File
1. Document Template
A TPL file is a template file created and used by various types of applications. It saves default settings for a document's page layout, text, and other formatting. TPL files are used to create documents with a similar style and structure.
TPL files are most notably used by ACT! Word Processor and the Shopware ecommerce platform. Example template files include newsletter templates, company letterhead templates, and drawing templates.
You should open a TPL file using the program that created the template.
|Open with the program that created the template|
Updated: June 20, 2020
2. Phorum Template
A TPL file is a template used by Phorum, a PHP and MySQL-based open source message board system. It contains template code, which is mainly plain HTML mixed with Phorum custom template language that consists of simple statements. TPL files are used to display dynamic data generated by Phorum, such as search results, message information, and lists of private messages.
Updated: June 2, 2017
3. HTTP File Server Template
A TPL file is a template used by HTTP File Server (HFS), a file sharing program used to send and receive files over HTTP. It contains HTML divided into sections that describe each part of an HTML page served to a requesting browser. TPL files are used by HFS to dynamically build HTML pages.
To open and edit TPL files in HFS, you must be in "Expert mode" in HFS. To enter expert mode, select. Once in expert mode, select again then choose or .
NOTE: Templates are typically stored in the same folder as the hfs.exe file.
hfs.tpl - Default name for templates used by HFS.
|HTTP File Server||Free|
Updated: July 20, 2019
4. Adobe Photoshop Tool Presets File
A TPL file is a settings file used by Adobe Photoshop, a program used to edit raster graphics. It contains preset information for a Photoshop tool, which may include a stroke width setting for the brush tool, a pattern for the fill tool, or another setting. TPL files are used for saving and reusing tool settings.
Tool presets can be accessed either through the Tool Presets panel () or by opening the Preset Manager by selecting and then choosing "Tools" from the dropdown list.
Updated: October 28, 2019
5. Wii Image File
Image file utilized by Nintendo Wii games such as Mario Kart Wii; contains one or more images that make up menus that appear in Wii games and the Wii console itself; includes Palette and Image header and data sections for each image contained in the file to assign height, width, etc.; typically found in .SZS files.
Updated: January 2, 2018
6. PrestaShop Template File
A TPL file is a template written in the Smarty 3 templating language, which is similar to HTML. It is used by PrestaShop e-commerce software to generate the HTML of a webpage to customize e-commerce-related pages visited by users, such as product, cart, and checkout pages.
You can open TPL files with any text editor, since the files are saved in plain text format. However, you may want to use a source code editor that supports the Smarty 3 templating language or allows you to install a plugin that supports the language to provide helpful coding features.
You can open TPL files with Microsoft Visual Studio Code in Windows, macOS, or Linux. Then, you can install the free "Smarty" extension to add support for syntax highlighting and snippets in the Smarty 3 templating language.
Updated: February 11, 2021
7. Canvas Template
Drawing template created by Canvas, a technical illustration drawing program; contains preset graphics and settings for creating new .CVX drawings; used for drawing new illustrations using the same starting point.
|ACD Systems Canvas||Commercial|
Updated: August 28, 2010
8. TatukGIS Editor Print Template File
Print template created by TatukGIS Editor, a GIS mapping and data editing program; saves options for the Print dialog that are provided from the dialog's Template drop down list; can include options such as map positioning, legends, and minimap prints; allows different print layouts to be reused.
|TatukGIS Editor||Free Trial|
Updated: October 16, 2012