Copy and Paste Elements or Rows

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Site elements and rows can be easily duplicated within the editor using copy and paste.


Move your cursor over an element to select it.  Then copy the element by using the keyboard shortcut CTRL-C (Command-C on Mac) or by selecting Copy from the element dropdown menu as shown below.

Use the keyboard shortcut CTRL-V (Command-V on Mac) to paste the element or row.  The new duplicate element will appear above the currently selected element.

Copy and Paste Columns

To copy and paste a column, click to open the element menu and select Copy. Open the Row menu to paste the column into a row. You can paste the column into any row on your site, including the header or footer. Please be advised that you can only paste up to four columns into any one row. 


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