How do I clone an entire website page (not just the template) to another account?SOLVE
Jul 2, 2020 12:51 PM - edited Jul 2, 2020 1:29 PM
As an experienced development shop, we want to manage our hubspot webpage using GIT. I went through this tutorial: https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/cms/guides/getting-started-with-local-development
However, once I created the sandbox account and transferred all our files, the website pages didn't get transferred. Neither did the blog posts.
I can create a new website-page from our templates, but the default web-page looks nothing like our production website-page. The production page has been heavily customized with the hubspot webpage editor.
We need to be able to test our changes in our staging "sandbox" against the real, production website-pages, not just the initial stub website-pages generated from templates.
Within one account we can "clone" a website page. How do we "clone" a website page to our staging "sandbox" account?
Ideally, I'd like to export the website-page to a JSON (or equivelant) file which fully encodes everything needed to import that website-page exactly into another account. This would allow us to version control website pages in Git just like everything else.
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