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    I asked this question 6 days ago in another thread about copying elements/using template feature of the theme’s builder, but couldn’t get an answer so I’m reposting it in it’s own thread.

    I want to copy an ENTIRE page, not just the elements on that page. In order to consistently build product pages.

    Ex: I want to use the demo “services” page for multiple pages of services but have the same layout (however each will obviously have different content).

    I could template each section of every page then manually add each template to each page but that’s extremely time consuming and laborious. There has to be an easier way.


    Hi Jeffrey
    This might help..

    There is a Debug bit of code you can put in your functions.php of your child theme which will show all the code used on the page.

    //set builder mode to debug
    add_action(‘avia_builder_mode’, “builder_set_debug”);
    function builder_set_debug()
    return “debug”;

    This will then show the code under your Page Editing area, which you can then take bits ( or the code code) and paste it into the next page.
    I use this a lot.

    The other way if to use the Save Template option for the Whole page, then click on that one to build the new page and quickly delete the bits you dont want

    Hope this helps in some way


    Hey Jeffrey,

    You can save your whole page as template as well and then load it on another pages –

    Solution @wealthyone posted would work in a similar way. You would simply need to copy shortcodes from debugging area from one page and paste it in other pages. But loading templates would be more convenient in my opinion :)

    Thanks for your help!

    Best regards,


    No Problem Yigit
    I have used often so need to give back where I can



    much appreciated :)

    Best regards,


    Tried both ways (actually i’m used to the copy n paste option wealthy outlined because it’s how WP Bakery works although there’s no need for editing the function page because VC is designed to show you the code for just such editing purposes) but with that said I like Yigit’s way better. ( )

    Appreciate all the help.



    You are welcome! Let us know if you have any other questions or issues :)

    Best regards,

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