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Use Page Drag/Drop/Copy

Wolf allows you to re-order or copy pages using a simple drag/drop system. The default “Page” tab looks like this:

Sorting

To change the sort order of the pages, click the “reorder” link, then click-and-drag the grey “drag-to-sort” label that appears:

Click again on the “reorder” link to finish the operation.

Note that if you are trying to relocate a page to a lower level in the “tree”, there must already be a page present at that lower level. For example:

Home
  |
  |- Lorem
  |    |
  |    |- Dolor
  |    |
  |    |- Sit
  |
  |- Ipsum

If you want to drag the “Dolor” page so that it is a child-page to “Ipsum”, you must first create a dummy page at that level,

  |- Ipsum
       |
       |- Dummy

then drag the “Dolor” page into place:

Home
  |
  |- Lorem
  |    |
  |    |- Sit
  |
  |- Ipsum
       |
       |- Dummy
       |
       |- Dolor

Then the “Dummy” page can be deleted:

Home
  |
  |- Lorem
  |    |
  |    |- Sit
  |
  |- Ipsum
       |
       |- Dolor

Copying

To copy a page, click the “copy” icon on the right:

The new copy will be created below the “original”. If the original page was called “Page title”, the new page will be called “Page title (copy)”. The copy operation will also bring any “child” pages with it (that is, an entire “branch” will be copied).

 
howto/use_page_drag_drop_copy.txt · Last modified: 2011-09-12 00:46 (external edit)
 
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