Copying pages

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Hi there - Is there any way to copy a page - that is when you are creating numerous pages with small changes and names of course, but then dont have to set everything up each time - like a template?
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Sorry - just found the answer - thanks
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Hi Stefan,

Glad to hear that you found the answer. I'm going to include instructions here in case anyone else has the same question.

If you ever need to copy all the elements of a page, you can quickly do so using the "Save As" feature. Duplicating a page is also sometimes a wise action to take, before making any significant changes to it. That way you will not have lost any of your work if something goes wrong, or you simply don't like the changes you've made. You can always delete the copy, and your original page will still be there to go back to.

Here's how you do it:

1. Navigate to the page you want to copy
2. On the Yola toolbar, click on the down-arrow next to the "Save" button.
3. Choose "Save Page As"
4. The "Save Page As" dialog box will pop-up asking you to name your new page, (and give you the chance to change the page heading, and decide whether or not to include the new page in your menu).
5. Click "OK" and you're done. The newly created page will now appear up in the Page drop-down arrow of page choices, so you can go back to it again if you chose not to include it in your menu.