In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create a global element in Zion Builder and use it across multiple pages on your website. With a global element, you only have to change the content of the element once, and the changes will be reflected on all pages that use the element.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to create a global element:

  1. Open the page where you want to create the global element and navigate to the element you want to make global.
  2. Right-click on the element and select “Save Element” from the menu.
  3. Give the element a name and hit “Save”. This will save the element to your local library.
  4. Find the shortcode for the global element under “Templates” and “Blocks” in the Zion Builder Dashboard.

To use the global element on a page:

  1. Go to the page where you want to insert the global element and delete the section you want to replace with the global element.
  2. Add a shortcode element and paste the shortcode for the global element into it.
  3. Save the page and refresh to see the global element in action.

To test that the global element is working properly:

  1. Go to the “Templates” and “Blocks” section of the dashboard and edit the global element.
  2. Make any changes you want, such as changing the text or background color, and save the element.
  3. Check the pages where you used the global element to verify that the changes have been applied.

And that’s it! You now know how to create and use global elements in Zion Builder to save time and keep your website consistent. If you have any questions or need further assistance, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Zion Builder support team.

Remember to check out our website or YouTube page for more tutorials and helpful resources. Thanks for reading, and we hope this tutorial was helpful to you. Happy building!

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