When a Page Builder page is a Master Page, the page's layout and widgets can be used for other Page Builder pages. The Master Page feature allows you to reuse layouts and widgets across multiple pages.
For example, let's say you have a Human Resources homepage and want to create a Sales homepage. You can make the Human Resources homepage into a Master Page. Then you can create the Sales homepage and select the Human Resources homepage as the Master Page. The Sales homepage will copy the layout and widgets exactly. You won't need to manually add and configure layouts and widgets.
When you use a Master Page, you won't be able to edit the other page directly. In our example, to make changes to the Sales homepage, you must edit the Master Page (i.e. the Human Resources homepage). However, you can unlink a page from its Master Page in order to make changes to the page itself.
Note: The Master Page feature is only for space Page Builder pages. Top level Page Builder pages can't be set as a Master Page or use a Master Page.
Pages that use a Master Page copy the original page's widgets exactly. In addition, any changes made to the Master Page are applied to all its linked pages. Use the Master Page feature when all of the following points apply:
If you want to copy a page's layout and widgets and make modifications to one page without affecting the other page, clone the page instead. When you clone a page, the two pages will not be linked to one another. Changes to one page will not affect the other. See Clone Page Builder Page or Manage Space: Clone Page Builder Page .
For most use cases, cloning a Page Builder page is preferred to using a Master Page.
Pages that use a Master Page copy the original page's widgets exactly, including space filters. For example, if a People Widget is set to display Human Resources members, the People widget will display Human Resources members on all linked pages. The People widget will not change based on the space.
Exception: Content List WidgetsContent List widgets can change based on the space. To configure this:
The Content List widget will then display content based on which space the page is in.
Follow the steps below to set a page as a Master Page whose layout can be reused.
A Master Page label will appear next to the page.
Follow the steps below to reuse a page's layout on a different page. The new page will copy the original page's layout and widgets exactly.
When a page uses a Master Page, the layout and widgets will not appear in the layout designer. To make changes to the page, you must edit the Master Page.
When you select a Master Page for a page, you cannot modify the page itself. To make changes to the page, you must edit the Master Page. Any changes made to a Master Page are applied to all pages.
You can edit the Master Page in Control Panel > System > Page Builder.
Alternatively, you can edit the linked page and click the Edit Master Page link in the layout designer. This will open a new tab where you can edit the Master Page.
You can unlink a page from its Master Page to make changes to that specific page only. After you unlink a page from its Master Page, changes made to the Master Page will not be applied to the other page.
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