Import Export Pages Between Projects?...
I have my main project I'm developing.
However I needed a quick simple page to go live on my current website - just a standalone page.
Built one in SD, and uploaded to my site - all fine.
Now I also want this page in the new site I am building in SD. I don't really want to have to rebuild it all from scratch if I can help it.
But I can't see anyway of importing an existing SD page into a new SD project - am I missing this?
Is there a simple way of moving pages between SD projects?
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.
This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
Next, open your real project and import that component to a blank page. Take off that temporary wrapper, and check if any of the class names have got a '-1' appended. That often happens if you import something with class names that have been used in the project already. You need to correct it. Then you should be good to go.
In fact my standard procedure when making a page is to start with a container, and build the whole page within that container. That saves time in doing the above.
If one hasn't done something like that, the wrapping of the whole page in a container can be done by the following steps -
1. creating a new container (with a class of, say, 'whole-page' at the foot of the Elements Tree, and, in the Elements Tree
a. clicking on Collapse All Nodes;
b. selecting the item immediately above the whole-page container;
c. pressing Ctrl+right_arrow (or the Mac equivalent) on the keyboard to move that item into the 'whole-page' container;
d. repeating steps b and c until everything is within the 'whole-page' container.
PS. I typed the above before seeing Inger's post. This post may, however, prove of use regarding the wrapping.
Much appreciated - I didn't fancy trying to rebuild everything, especially with the breakpoints...!
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