Last updated: April 1, 2021
Global content allows you to repeat a section of content across multiple pages of your website. For example, you could use the same footer across all website pages that contains your company name, a menu, and social icons.
Within the page editor, you can update the global content that's included in your page or blog template. Changes made to your global content within the page editor will be applied to all pages created with a template that contains the same global content.
In your HubSpot account, navigate to your blog, landing pages, or website pages.
Within the page editor, global content on your template is labeled with a globalGroup global content icon. This globalGroup global content icon will appear directly on the module group in the editor, or in the module listing in the Content tab on the left panel.
Click the globalGroup global content then select Edit global content. This will open a new content editor specifically for your global content.
If you're managing website content in multiple languages, learn how to create and edit multi-language global content.
In the design manager, developers can create new global content or convert local content to global content.
To create a global module from scratch:
To convert an existing local module or group:
To edit a global group:
If you decide you want to change the contents of a global module or global group on only one page, blog post, or email, you can make a local copy of the global content in the design manager to edit its content separately.
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