[Pro] connected master pages in a site ?

Hello. In a site, I configure a master page and the pages I create are related to it. But now, I need a new section with a little difference with the master I created, but this difference will be repeated in all the pages at this section,

so I would need a second master based in the first one.

Then, changes made in first master will affect to his direct pages and to the pages relationed with the second one as well. I have tried to make it, but I cant manage. Is it possible?

I hope Ive explained clearly.


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Duplicate the Master, make the changes to the duplicate and then on the child page(s) select the duplicate as the master.

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Hello. This is what I do, but when you change something in the master, it doesnt change in the duplicate. So if you have a common menu in child pages of both of them, you need to change in one master and then in the other.


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an image…better than 1.000 words (is an spanish idiom when you give an example instead of speaking).

Here is my example: http://www.godelia.tv
If you see, Cinescena pages are different from Noticias pages, but have common elements, like the subscription form.
I have a master for Cinescena pages and a master for Noticias pages. Noticias master was a duplicate from Cinescena master. But now, if I need to add a new button or change the text for the suscription form, or the color of the logo, or the banner, or any of the common elements, I need to change them in both masters.

Is this the way or… is there a better way to do this?

Thanks a lot.


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The simple answer is that you cannot have a master based on another Master so that updating 1 updates the other.

Alternatively think about adding common content like this as an include.

Your common content (subscription form) would be on a 3rd page (use the PHP Make include action) and drawn into the 2 Masters that way.

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aaahhhh !!!

thanks a lot.


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this one?
http://actionsforge.com/actions/view/138-php-use-include-pages

or this one?
http://actionsforge.com/actions/view/132-php-include-php-page

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Have a look at FreewayActions.com | Simple Include Pro

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ok. Thanks a lot. Ill have a look.


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