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"Copying HTML From One Category To Another."
Posted by johnrudnick on Nov-04-00 at 12:26 PM (EST)
Hi,

Is there a way to only enter changes to the category top (or bottom) HTML and have the changes flow through to all the other categorys.

I see how to copy one category to create another.

But if after a bunch of categories have been created it seems like a lot of work to update the HTML on each one by one.

Thanks,

JR

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RE: Copying HTML From One Category ..., Bill Weiner, Nov-06-00, (1)

 

 
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Posted by Bill Weiner on Nov-06-00 at 05:50 AM (EST)
Unfortunately, no, there is no simple way to have changes to one category be carried through to all categories. If the categories are already created, then probably the easiest way would be to just copy-n-paste the new top (or bottom) HTML into each category's edit form....perhaps by using the browser's BACK button between each category edit.
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