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How Can I Make An Element (footer) Created With Sp Page Builder Appear In Other Pages Of The Template?

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GABRIEL NB

SP Page Builder 4 days ago

I use Gantry 5 as a base template, in the Home I have created with SP Builder a very nice footer with the item navigator. How can I make it appear in all the pages of the template?

http://new2.regaldekor.com/

Where it says "information", "soporte"....

Best Regards

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Muntasir Sakib
Muntasir Sakib
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Support Agent 4 days ago

Hello Gabriel,

You have several ways to workaround. Such as,

If you would like to think out of the box, you can do it in the following way-

On this same website save that page as copy page
Remove Rows that you don't need
Export Page
On 2nd website - create Empty Page
Import page (3)
Save Row by Row (To Custom Sections)
Then just use Rows that you need. Add one by one.

You can even have a look at the tutorial. That will work too.

Hopefully, you got your answer.

Thanks!

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Ofi Khan
Ofi Khan
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Support Agent 4 days ago

Hello GABRIEL NB

You can follow Muntasir's way. In this way, you can use the footer in all SP Page Builder pages. But if you want it in other than SP Page Builder pages, then you can check this way.

For example, if you have a menu item type Article -> Featured Article, then you would need this way to show the footer. You can show your footer to every page of your site if you use it as a module. Take an SP Page Builder module and assign a position to it. Then in the menu assignment set to it show for all pages. You also need to check that the position is enabled in your template and in the footer position.

The footer SP Page Builder module: Screenshot at Jul 22 16-11-19.png

The footer on live page: Screenshot at Jul 22 16-11-42.png

Best regards

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Pavel
Pavel
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4 days ago

Hi Ofi. There is one small nuance against this method. The SP Page Builder module creates a very dirty code, because it has a style tag inside itself. I have long paid the attention of your team to this problem.

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Muntasir Sakib
Muntasir Sakib
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Support Agent 3 days ago

Thank you very much for mentioning it @Pavel. We will look into it and consult with our Dev-team ASAP.

Good day!

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Pavel
Pavel
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3 days ago

Hi @Muntasir. You are wellcome

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GN
GABRIEL NB
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3 days ago

Hello, thank you all.

Ofi, your method is the one I need. Because I need it on pages that do not have SP Builder. However, I don't know how to insert my footer in a module. I have saved my "row" and named it through the frontend of SP Page Builder, but then how do I get it into a module from the module menu? or should I re-create the footer from the module menu starting from scratch?

This is the part I want use as footer, its a row in the SP Builder. Información, soporte....

and this is where I am stucked in the menu module manager

best regards

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Ofi Khan
Ofi Khan
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Support Agent 3 days ago

okay, click on add section and then go to my section. There you will find your saved section. Then drag your section in the center.

Screenshot at Jul 23 19-28-24.png

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GN
GABRIEL NB
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8 hours ago

Hi Ofi, ok solved

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GN
GABRIEL NB
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7 hours ago

Could I delete the original row in my front? or would this delete the row I have added from this one? cheers

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Ofi Khan
Ofi Khan
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Support Agent 5 hours ago

You are welcome. Please accept the answer that helped you. It will be then easier to find the solution for the other users with the same issue. There is a button to accept answer after each comment.

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Ofi Khan
Ofi Khan
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Support Agent 5 hours ago

Yes, it will stay. You can delete the orginal saved section. No problem.

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Ofi Khan
Ofi Khan
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Support Agent 5 hours ago

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