Duplicate my page for others to use

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How do i copy my page? I want to let others use it to advertise, i only want to change the personal information so they can also use it the same way i do but under there own personal information......I hope someone can understand what i would like to do.....thanks
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Hello Shawn

If you'd like to offer others to advertise on your website, you will need to have them send their adverts to you and to add their ads to your website yourself. I'm afraid that Yola doesn't yet offer a membership feature with which visitors of your website could sign up and log into an area of your website to add content. We are considering introducing this feature, but I'm sorry that it's currently not on our short-term agenda.

For more information about this feature request and alternatives that Yola customers have used on their Yola websites, please see our thread Membership logins.

If this doesn't answer your question, please let me know.
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What features are planned in the short term agenda. There haven't been many new features lately.
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Hi Skyidents,

That is a great question. We have a ton of amazing features in the works and I can't wait to be able to share them with everyone.

As a quick preview, here are 3 Sitebuilder features that are currently in development:

*Banner Editing* - We are taking our current banner cropping tool to the next level. The next version of this tool will include image and logo layering, absolute positioning, rich text placement and a collection of beautiful stock banners available for inspiration or use.

*Button Widget* - Much like the Custom Panel widget, this will be an easy-to-configure widget for quickly adding a button to your page. Add a button and link it to any page on or off your site.

*Flyout Navigation* - You asked for it, we listened. We will be adding hover-style flyout menus for your site's navigation. With flyouts you can add a second level of navigation without cluttering up your site's menu. This quick, seamless solution will work across browsers and require zero custom HTML.

The product roadmap is full of great new features and improvements. Stay tuned!
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ok, let me ask this way......can i copy my page and let someone else use it on there website? I would like for my design to be the templete for others to use, that way it keeps the content correct and in complience.


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You can do this but it's for the brave of heart.

Your followers would need to be using the identical "Style" or template and only using the Yola sitebuilder.

Create a new page without any content whatsoever.

Right click on the page and view the page source This is the background HTML and mustn't be copied.

Create/go to your created page. Do the same view the page source

Copy the code. Edit this code in say notepad so that none of the original page formatting code is still in this block.

This code can then be pasted into an HTML widget and it should render the new page as you see your original.

If you have used any widgets to create the original page you will probably find that they aren't identified as such on the recreations and can only be edited with HTML.

Some widget created stuff may not work at all because of a loss of linked Divs etc.

I think you will have many support calls from people who are trying to use your setout. I would really suggest that you write out a list of instructions of how they can reproduce the page using the full Yola facility. This is likely to be less problematic than the method I outlined. If it was just yourself then this does work and if there are problems then you're kind of in tune with the whole story but other users will be running blindly.