Duplicate webpages, is it possible?

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Is it possible to duplicate web pages in sythasite? Is there an easy way or should i just copy and paste everything to a new page?
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skinnyeddy

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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Hi skinnyeddy

Yes you can duplicate pages. Next to the save button you will see a drop down arrow. Click this and you will see a "save page as" option that will allow you to save a copy of your page.

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skinnyeddy

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ok, thanks Monique!
That'll save me a lot of time :D
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clouda9

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OMG I knew there had to be an easier way then re-creating a page each time I added something. Named the save-as as template so that each time I need to add a page I just use template and name it for my new page. So glad to have found this thread!
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Its there anyway we can duplicate a page from one of our sites, onto an another site in our synthasite account?

Thanks
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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You can save a copy of a page within a site, but you can't save it onto another site. I am sorry I can't help you with this one right now.
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mred1220

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I'm glad I decided to search for this! I should have done it along time ago.
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can i duplicate a entire site
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Brianna

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Hello Launeisaac- As Monique noted above, you can copy each page on your site to make duplicate pages. Since the sites at Yola are made in our Sitebuilder, you are not able to copy an entire website and load it into another web builder. Here are guidelines for duplicating pages:

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:

Navigate to the page you want to copy
On the Yola toolbar, click on the down-arrow next to the "Save" button.
Choose "Save Page As"
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 navigation).
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.
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.