The Sitecore CMS employed at R-MC allows content editors to duplicate existing web
pages. This is useful when you want to create numerous pages based on the same basic
information or layout.
To duplicate existing web content, first login to the CMS and navigate to your content
Next, select the page you wish to duplicate by left-clicking it once in the files
pane of the editor.
By right-clicking on the file you just selected, you will see a pop-up menu (a.k.a.,
context menu) that appears like the example below.
Use the option for “Duplicate” within that context menu to create a second copy
of the original file. As a first step, however, you will be asked to provide a name
for the duplicate file – the default filename appears below (“Copy of” original
Since we need for our pages to have meaningful filenames, please provide a filename
for the duplicate page by typing it into the “User Prompt” as seen below.
As with Dreamweaver, we need to be maintain meaningful filenames. This will assist
you in identifying web pages at a glance and will be especially important for large
web sites. Please also avoid the use of special, non-alphanumeric characters in
Once you have supplied a new page for the web page, click “OK” on the User Prompt.
The new web page will then be visible in the files pane of the CMS.
Note that this duplicate web page will contain all the content of the original.
So make sure to update all content before publishing this duplicate page!
From this point, the process for publishing a duplicated web page is the same as
publishing content on any other web page. (Save, publish and approve the document
to the web.)