3.4 - Copy and paste

3.4 - Copy and paste

If you want to use a module in several places on the website, it's easy to copy it and paste it wherever you want.
To copy a module, open the context menu. Do this by dragging the mouse pointer over the module and click on 'arrow down' icon pil ned.
Select 'Copy' from the context menu.
Copied modules are stored in a clipboard. When the clipboard contains copied modules, they appear on the very top of the module panel on the left side.
From there you can drag the module into the page, and place it where you want to use it.

Note: On the Clipboard there is room for 5 items!
You can also use the context menu to paste the module. Select "Paste" from the context menu.

Then paste the last module that was copied.

Copying vs. sharing

Important to remember! Although copying and sharing of modules seems almost the same, there is a big difference between these functions.

Copy of one module will create just a copy of the module that is completely independent of the 'original'. This means that when you change a module that has been copied, you only change the current module.

If a module is shared and you are editing it, the changes are carried out in all instances of the original module!