Why are elements showing on all pages?

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When building your website, you will see that some elements are displayed on all pages and some elements are only displayed on the original page you added them on. 

Having the ability to add "master elements" that show on all pages is a very useful tool to make sure that important information like a company name, contact info, copyright info, social media links, navigation menu and logo can be found by your site visitors no matter what page they are on. 

In Website Builder, all elements in the Header and Footer sections will show on all pages. 



If you have an element that you need to display on all pages, but you don't want them in the Header or Footer sections, you can turn on a settings for "Show On All Pages"

To do this:
  1. Go into the Advanced settings by clicking on the element, then click More > Advanced. 


  2. Click on Size and Position


  3. Scroll down till you see "Show On All Pages" Click the toggle to turn it on. 



You will want to make sure that there is room on every page, in the same spot, for these elements so you don't experience overlapping. 

If you ever have an element showing on all pages in your website that should NOT be, make sure the element is not in the Header or Footer section at all, then check if you need to turn off the "Show On All Pages" setting.
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