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Import and exporting of stored template, row, column and module files
With Beaver Builder 2.1 and later, you can import and customize your website by exporting your own customized layouts, as well as stored lines, column (from Beaver Builder 2.1), and module layouts to another website - or by sharing or selling them with customers. Choose a combina-tion of single template, row, column, or module for exporting or the whole group.
That means you can build template kits in a WordPress installation or deployment zone and then move them around or pool them for migrating, reselling, or distributing. When exporting a contribution or page that contains a globale line, table columns, or modules, it's a good thing to include the stored line, table columns, or modules in your exported file.
In this way, when the article or page is imported, the overall lines, column and module can be reconnected to the template on the new website. Pictures and symbol groups used by the template, row, column, or module you export are not merged with the template. You must import them to the new storage after import.
There is no automatic update of hyperlinks in the import template. When you are Migrating an Whole Website from one Domains to Another (e.g., Bringing a Developer Site into Production), we suggest that you either use a migrational plug-in or follow our prompts to move a website to another Domains instead of dragging and dropping them.
In the WordPress administration area, go to Tools > Tools > Import. After selecting a template, click either Import All or Import All. When selecting the template, browse to the template and the stored row, column, and module you want to be exported. Then click Download Exportfile. You can use this download as an HTML document for any WordPress Web site that contains a Beaver Builder plug-in plug-in.
In the WordPress administration area, go to Tools > Import, down to WordPress, and click Run Importer. To import a WordPress document, click Run Import. When you first import, the WordPress section links to Installed now. Once you have clicked on the importer's installation, click on the Run Importers button that will replace it. From the WordPress Importers page, choose the WordPress import format that you have been exporting, and then click Upload and Import Files.
Whether you want to import the owner of the page or associate an existent owner on the Web site you're currently in. You must refresh the graphs, symbols, and hyperlinks in the import template and template group. This can be done by directly modifying the layouts, stored lines, or stored assemblies, or by refreshing the page after you add the stored template, line, or assembly.
On both occasions, modify the link to refer to your existing website and add all your pictures and symbol kits to your home page. For more information about how to edit stored styles, lines, and chapters and how to add them to pages, see the corresponding articles.