Content Mirror

Add a Content Mirror Module

  1. Open an empty page of a Web Document. 
  2. Click on the page.
  3. Select Content Mirror. 

When you apply the Content Mirror module on the page the settings menu is displayed. Select the document and the page (and the specific section if you wish) that you want to mirror. 

  1. Click on Save in order to add the module to the page.

How to Use the Content Mirror Module

Web Document
Select the document you wish to mirror from.

Published – Displays mirrored content from the published version of that document.

Displays mirrored content from the latest revision of that document.
Selecting this option allows you to add content that has yet to go through the publishing approval process and therefore should be used with caution.

Select the page that you wish to mirror.

Refers to the text sections on the page you are mirroring. To help with selection, the first few lines of text from each section have been added to the drop down.

These act as a find and replace tool. It is here you can edit words in the mirrored text without altering the original itself.

Heading offset
Select the amount of offset that the content headers of the mirrored text will have. For example: If the original header is H3  and the offset is +1, then the mirrored header will be a H4.

Add more Content Mirror modules 

By ticking this box, you can upload the content of multiple pages at the same time.

Note: Don’t forget to untick the box before clicking on Add once you have all the content needed to be mirrored.

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