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If you're using php the best way I've found is to use php include to add the same instance to multiple pages.
For instance it you use <?php include("navbar.php"); ?> on all your pages for the navbar with the code for navbar in navbar.php then all the pages with the <?php include(""); ?> will include the code from navbar.php
Then all you need to do is edit navbar.php to have all pages with <?php include(""); ?> updated with code included in navbar.php
hope that helps.
How many pages?
There is no real facility in DW for batch application of Templates. That's
really a good thing, especially if your Template has more than one editable
region in the body.
The best and least prone to error method would be to a) spawn a new page
from the template, b) copy and paste the content from the existing page, and
c) overwrite the old page with the new one when done.
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"rsderrick" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have a site that is fairly simple. I want to wrap a template around a
> content area. Is it possible to apply a template to multiple pages at a
> instead of having to do it one page at a time? If so can someone give me
> Thanks so much!
Per Murray's recommendation you would have to perform edits on every page that you wanted a universal change such as navigation links which is an undesired approach.