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Reusable Content

Last Updated: Apr 07, 2015 07:28AM EDT
The reusable content element can be used when you want to share the same content on multiple pages of your website. With the reusable content, you will need to update the content only once, and it will be automatically updated on all pages.

To add reusable content, go to the Add Content menu and choose Reusable Content. From the Add Reusable Content window select { New Preset } and type a unique name. Click Save and then click Add and choose an area to add the element.

After you add a new reusable content, you will see a container named "Empty Reusable Content - Preset Name".

You can then add content to the empty area from the the Add Content menu, the same way you would add a Text and Image element or an Image Gallery to your page. When adding content you will see green and light blue content areas - the light blue containers are shared areas, such as the reusable content.


Adding content to the reusable content container, will add the content to the selected preset.

Now that you have a reusable content container with some content added, go to another page and again select Reusable Content from the Add Content menu. Choose the desired preset and click Add. The content from the selected preset will be automatically added on the page. Now if you try to edit the content on one page for the selected preset, the content will be automatically updated on all pages that you have the same preset on.

To rename an already added reusable content preset, select it from the dropdown in the Reusable Content Options menu and click Rename.

You can only add the same preset once per page. If the preset is already present on the page, and you try to add a new reusable content element, you will not be able to highlight and select the same preset from the drop-down.

To delete a reusable content element or hide it from viewers select the respective action from the options available on roll over of the container wrench icon.

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