This tutorial shows how to use Power Builder Library.
Let’s open ‘About us’ page for editing and make a copy of content using the Power builder Media Library.
We can see a Page layout. Click on Save to library in order to save a page layout (layout includes all modules, sections and their content).
Specify Layout name.
Save layout to the library.
Let’s add a new page and load the layout we have saved to the library. Make sure that Builder is activated and click on Load from library.
Go to Add from library section. There you can Load/Delete layouts.
Let’s load the layout we have saved previously.
Layout was loaded to the new page. All modules, section and their content were imported as well.
You can save modules, sections and rows in the same way.
For example, click on the cog in order to access settings for particular module:
Each element has Save and Add to Library button using which you can add the element to the library.
You can access all elements in the Power Builder Library using the Power button. There we can see a list of items and their types. You can add a layout to the library using Add new button. You can also add items to particular categories and manage categories using the Manage Categories button.
You should specify a Template name and Template type when you add the element to the library.
This is how the template module looks:
You can also export media library using Export layouts button.
There you can select Template types you would like to export. Templates will be exported to the .xml file.
In order to import the .xml file to the library you should go to Tools – Import and run the import using WordPress importer (you may need to install Importer plugin).
Select the .xml file and click ‘Upload and Import’.
Assign content to the appropriate user and click Submit in order to submit items.
Items will show up in the library after the successful import operation.
Feel free to check the detailed video tutorial below:
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