Copying pages and posts using Elementor may seem straightforward, but there are certain considerations you need to take before doing it. Here are a few pointers:
One reason Elementor is popular with designers is its ability to help them replicate styles, elements, widgets and columns across websites. But how exactly can this be accomplished?
Select the section you want to duplicate
Elementor provides users with many tools that help them effortlessly create pages and sections with ease, such as duplication. Duplicating a section allows you to quickly create another one with the exact same settings as an existing one – saving both time and effort when designing websites. To duplicate a section, click on the three horizontal line button located at the top left corner of your page – this will open up its menu as well as any editing handles that apply for this particular section.
As soon as you hover over any section, its edit handles will appear automatically. These handles allow you to do a variety of things including adding and deleting sections; using them to alter its contents such as background image/layout changes; copy/paste sections from another page.
Not only can the editor allow for duplicate content duplication, it also keeps track of all of your changes. With this feature you can make revisions and easily go back to any. In case of mistakes simply press CTRL-Z for Windows or CMD-Z for Mac to undo them and undo what was done last – making it an excellent option for web designers working on complex pages.
Click the duplicate button
No matter whether it’s a blog, personal website, or e-commerce store; sometimes content needs to be expanded, improved, or reused from one page to the next. When this occurs, duplicating your existing Elementor page is an efficient solution; saving both time and energy as this doesn’t involve creating another one with similar content again.
Duplicating posts or pages can be accomplished through several means, but the most efficient is using a plugin like Post Duplicator which makes this task very straightforward with only a few clicks needed for duplication of both content and metadata.
Save pages as templates to quickly duplicate them. To do this, open the page you wish to duplicate and locate its “Update” button or arrows at the top left corner. When opened, click up arrow to open secondary menu containing Save As Template option and provide name/description/then save it!
Elementor makes it easy to copy the contents of a page by building or opening one and right-clicking on its drag widget box, selecting “Copy and Paste as Template” from the drop-down menu, then copying all of its content over. Use that duplicate page as a template on other pages on your website.
Make any changes you want
Elementor builds pages using sections. Each section acts like a row and you can place widgets inside of it to form the overall design of a page. A section can span across an entire page or remain confined within its respective box size.
Elementor allows you to duplicate sections for the purposes of saving both time and effort when creating new pages or websites; this feature is especially helpful if you plan on using certain content across several pages within your website.
One of the easiest ways to duplicate sections in Elementor is using PowerPack Addons Magic Wand’s copy/paste function, enabling you to copy all the contents, layout and styling parameters in an individual block and paste them directly on a new page.
Elementor gives you another way to easily duplicate pages by saving them as templates, giving you access to them anytime on other pages in your website. Simply use the page editor’s “Save as Template” feature, name your template and save. Use this template when duplicating posts or pages!
Save the section
Duplicating sections in Elementor can speed up website creation significantly by enabling web designers to save and reuse a section’s settings and elements on another page without recreating them from scratch each time – including objects, content columns, widgets and so forth.
Web designers find Elementor an easy and efficient way to achieve consistency across multiple pages with layout, design and color theme – for instance when working on corporate sites with similar layout, design or color themes that they would like to replicate on other pages such as their homepage and blog posts – something Elementor makes possible using its duplicate feature.
Duplicating sections in Elementor can be particularly helpful if you operate multiple websites that use Elementor and would like to use the same page template across them all. Simply exporting and importing your created template page as a template into another running Elementor website via WordPress’ Pages tab by clicking three dots next to any of its pages that require duplication.
Happy Addons Pro provides another solution for easily duplicating pages in Elementor: its import system allows you to clone Elementor templates with just one click – making achieving uniform pages much quicker! By taking this approach, it enables you to achieve uniform pages throughout your website without spending hours copying and pasting.