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Move pages or content

Move pages

To get to the move, bring up the contextual menu, pull down to more options and you will get a sub-contextual menu.  Choose "Move Element".

In the Move Element workspace, you'll see a list of pages.  The current page is in bold.  

You can also, if you wish, change from moving the element to copying the element by checking "Make copy instead of moving element".

 

The workarea will show your parent page, the subpages of that parent page and one level below it. 

However you can move up in the pagetree by clicking the "up" arrow next to the parent tree's pagetitle or you can move down another level by clicking the pagetitle of the page who's subpages you wish to display.

Once you are on the level where you wish to move/copy the page, click the small gray arrow to place it.  The arrow will turn green when you mouse over it (it really will, it's hard to see but trust me).

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Move Content

To get to the move, bring up the contextual menu, pull down to more options and you will get a sub-contextual menu.  Choose "Move Element".

In the Move Element workspace, you'll see a list of your content and a list of pages.  The current content element and page are in bold.  

You can also, if you wish, change from moving the element to copying the element by checking "Make copy instead of moving element".

You can move a content element to any place in any of the columns of the current page by clicking the small gray arrow.   You can also go to another page in this workspace by clicking the page name and move the content there.

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If you are not in the root of your site, you can move up a level by clicking the small up arrow next to the top page name.

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