You can’t just copy pages. You can copy the entire page, but it’s your responsibility to copy only the page, not the entire piece. You can’t just copy what’s underneath it.
I don’t know about you, but I would never do that. If you dont copy the entire page, then you can only copy the text underneath that text. If you do this, you’ll lose the ability to edit your copy in future.
You can copy the entire page, but it’ll be very hard to tell which pixels belong to which parts of the page. You can use this trick to make a copy of a page, but you’ll only have the exact text beneath your version of the page, not the entire page. This is one of the reasons Google is always good at figuring out how to break links from one page to another.
You can do this with the free clone tool, but that may not be a great idea because it will actually copy a lot of the page and not just the text.
You can also use the free clone tool to create a new copy of the original page. It’ll also take a few minutes to create your own copy, so you’ll simply have to copy every single page you’re working on.
The problem here has been that you can often get two results for a page (or a bunch of links to a page) by using the same URL and having the two pages serve different content. For example, if you clone the page, you can have only the first page show up in the search results, but the second page shows up as a result for the search query for the first page.
So how do you clone a page? Well, on most of the web, youll need an anchor. The anchor tells the browser where to go when the page has the same content as the original. For example, here’s a link to the original page on this webpage, but the href attribute states that the page is for a different domain. We can use that to link to the clone page.
In squarespace, the href attribute is a special kind of href attribute that lets you specify the target or hostname of the page.
Where a page is part of the larger site, the link for the original page is the link. So, the anchor looks like this: “www.cognition.com/news/index.php”. In the case of a page for a different domain, the anchor is the same as the first page’s href attribute.
I think that if you want to make a page like that in squarespace, you can use CSS to make the clone page look very different. You could make the clone page completely transparent and then use CSS to make it look like the original page.