1. Adding multi-page content

The multi-page feature is an easy way to make a single element visible across multiple pages. Examples of elements that benefit from the multi-page feature include headers, footers, and side-panels.

Anything that you want to be consistent across your pages or website. Below is a real example of how multi-page elements can be used. On the readz.com site, which was built with the Readz tool, the header and footer are identical for all pages.
1. Click the '+' icon (add elements) on the left panel.
2. From the top list (strcuture) select the icon named "Multi-page element"
3. Hold down your mouse button while dragging the icon on to the canvas to the desired location
4. Edit: Add other elements in the multi-page element and/or style as desired.
Once you have added a multi-page element to a page, the settings tab will open and you can choose which pages to select the element on.

The default value is to display on the current page only. You can select 'All Pages', or select specifically which pages you would like the multi-page content to display on.

2. Selecting pages to be displayed on

If you already have created some content which you now would like to have displayed on other pages, you can do this.

1. Select the element (usually a 'parent' element which you would like to see on multiple pages
2. Right-click while you have the mouse selected.
3. On the right-click menu, select 'Convert to multi-page'
4. Repeat the steps above to select which pages the element should be displayed on

3. Converting a 'regular' box into a multi-page

When using the multi-page feature, it’s essential to know that any change you make to a multi-page element - on any page containing the element - will take effect on every other page the element appears on.

So if you’re looking to reuse an element across pages, but require that the element be different on a specific page or pages, then you wouldn’t want to use the multi-page feature for this. Instead, you should copy and paste that element and make those changes per page.

Also, if your project contains only one page, the multi-page feature won’t be available to you.

4. Limitations: When you cannot use multi-page

Making an element or group multi-page is can be very useful. There are however some cases where multi-page cannot be applied:

1. When you only have a single page (not multiple)
2. When the targetted element or group is not 'top-level', i.e. it is contained in another group or box
3. 'Dots' elements cannot be multi-paged
4. The targetted element is already part of a multi-page group (eg as part of an action reference)

Displaying Content Elements On All (or some) Pages