How to change common text/items in every page?

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If i have 30 page on my website and wanted a common text in every page and have to change it frequently then it will not be a good idea to go every page and change it.
Is there any tricks to do that with simple?
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Rezwan73

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Emmy

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Hello Rezwan,
At this time there isn't a feature which will change the font for the entire website as the font attributes are set by the style. You will need to change the font attributes by the page. I'm sorry I don't have a better solution at this time.

Kind Regards,
Emmy
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Hi Rezwan,
I think I answered your question incorrectly. If you are wondering about changing specific text from page to page (such as March Sales to April Sales) once instead of going to each page to make the change unfortunately that isn't possible at this time either. I am the bearer of not so great news I guess. Please let us know if we can assist you further!

Emmy
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Ive been trying out a workaround for this problem.

I need some others to jump in with ideas.

The idea is based around this -
1. In MS PAINT or similair make a picture containing the text for your site. (save YOURFILENAME.JPG)
2. upload it to your file manager
3. put this code in a html box on every page you want it to show.
<!--<img src="resources/YOURFILENAME.JPG" alt="ALTERNATIVE TEXT HERE">-->

Now every page will show whatever the file called YOURFILENAME is at the time. When its time to change the text upload a new file called YOURFILENAME and overwrite the existing file.

Maybe not perfect but it works - any ideas welcome.

PS dont add <!-- --> when adding code
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Woah... that is an awesome idea! I am totally impressed! Thanks so much Lee!