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Duplicating pages and content

Duplicating is a great way to use an existing page, post, product, or event as a starting point for new content without having to start from scratch. When you duplicate a page or item, the copy will have the same blocks, layout, images, and settings as the original.

You can duplicate these pages:

  • Cover Pages
  • Layout Pages

You can duplicate these collection items:

  • Album Page tracks
  • Blog posts
  • Events
  • Gallery Page images and videos
  • Products

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How URL slugs copy

  • Copies of Layout Pages and Cover Pages have the same URL slugs as the originals with a number on the end. This number shows how many times you've duplicated it. For example, a copy of /about becomes /about-1
  • Copies of collection items (such as blog posts, events, and products) use the same URL slug with a sequence of random characters on the end.
  • You can change these URLs.

Duplicate a Layout Page

To make a copy of a Layout Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages.
  2. Hover over the Layout Page you want to duplicate and click the gear icon.
  3. In Page Settings, scroll down and click Duplicate Page.
  4. Click Confirm in the message that appears.
  5. This opens a copy of the page for editing. The new page title starts with "Copy of." New Gallery Block image titles also start with "Copy of."
  6. The duplicate page will appear in the Not Linked section of the Pages panel.
  7. You can move the duplicated page to your navigation, edit its content, and change the settings as you would with any other page.
Note: Content added to a page-specific header, footer, or sidebar won't appear on the new page.

Duplicate a Cover Page

To make a copy of a Cover Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages.
  2. Hover over the Cover Page you want to duplicate and click the gear icon.
  3. In Page Settings, scroll down and click Duplicate Page.
  4. Click Confirm in the message that appears.
  5. The duplicate page will appear in the Not Linked section of the Pages panel with the same title.
  6. You can move the duplicated page to your navigation, edit its content, and change the settings as you would with any other Cover Page.

Duplicate a blog post

To make a copy of a blog post:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click a Blog Page.
  2. Hover over the blog post you want to duplicate and click Edit.
  3. At the bottom of the post editor, click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the blog post you can edit. The new post title starts with "Copy of."

If you'd like, you can move the duplicate blog post to a new Blog Page.

Duplicate a product

To make a copy of a product:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click a Products Page.
  2. Double-click the product you want to duplicate.
  3. At the bottom of the product editor, click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the product you can edit. The new product title starts with "Copy of."

Keep in mind:

  • Duplicated products don't share inventory with their originals, so we recommend duplicating products to save time when creating new, similar products. To have a product appear on multiple pages, use tags and categories, Summary Blocks, or Product Blocks instead.
  • A duplicated product's URL will contain a random string of characters. You can edit the URL to shorten it.
  • When you duplicate a product, the alt text for its images changes to Copy of [original alt text]. Edit the image alt text after duplicating the product.
  • It's not possible to duplicate gift cards. 
  • If you'd like, you can move the duplicate product to a new Products Page.

Duplicate an event

To make a copy of an event on an Events Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click an Events Page.
  2. Hover over the event you want to duplicate and click Edit.
  3. At the bottom of the event editor, click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the event you can edit. The new event title starts with "Copy of."

If you'd like, you can move the duplicate event to a new Events Page.

Tip: If you have recurring or similar events, duplicating an event is a great way to save time building your calendar.

Duplicate an Album Page track

To make a copy of an audio track on an Album Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click an Album Page.
  2. Click the audio track you want to duplicate.
  3. Click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the audio track. The new audio track title starts with "Copy of."

If you'd like, you can move the duplicate track to a new Album Page.

Duplicate a gallery image or video

To make a copy of an image or video on a Gallery Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click a Gallery Page.
  2. Hover over the image or video you want to duplicate and click the gear icon.
  3. Click Duplicate.
  4. This opens a copy of the image or video. If a title was set, the new title starts with "Copy of."

If you'd like, you can move the duplicate item to a new Gallery Page.

Duplicate pages and content for Index Pages

While you can't duplicate an Index Page directly, you can copy the layout of an existing Index Page by duplicating its pages and/or content. To make a copy of an Index Page:

  1. In the Home Menu, click Pages.
  2. Click the + icon, then click Index. This creates the new Index Page where you'll move all duplicate pages and content.
  3. Duplicate the Layout Pages within your existing Index Page, then move them to the new Index Page.
  4. Depending on your template, Index Pages may support Album Pages, Blog Pages, Gallery Pages, Events Pages, and Products Pages. If your existing Index Page has any of these collection pages, click Add Page/Section below the new Index Page to add corresponding collection pages.
  5. Follow the above sections in this guide to duplicate blog posts, products, events, Album Page tracks, or gallery images and videos.
  6. Move the duplicate content from the collection pages in the existing Index to the corresponding collection pages in the new Index.

What can't be duplicated

Not all content on Squarespace sites can be directly duplicated. To copy something that isn't mentioned above, review the list below.

Element Alternative
Blocks (individual blocks within Layout Pages, blog posts, or products' additional information.)

Duplicate the entire page or post, or add new blocks.

Collection pages (Album, Blog, Events, Gallery, Products, and Project Pages)

Replicate a collection page's structure by duplicating its collection items then moving them to a new collection.

Folders Add a new folder and drag pages into it.
Index Pages

Replicate an Index Page's structure by duplicating the pages within the Index then moving them to a new Index.

Info Pages

These are unique to the Aviator template, and your site can only have one.
Project Pages

These are unique to the York template family and work the same way as a Gallery Page. To duplicate a Project Page's structure, duplicate its images and move them to a new Project Page.

Squarespace sites in their entirety

Create a new site and recreate its content by following these tips.

Starter layouts

Duplicate the entire page, or add new blocks.
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