Dynamic elements vs. pages

There are dynamic elements and dynamic pages. 

Dynamic elements can be built into a layout wherever you want them to be.

Example: A homepage section that shows your three latest blogs.

Dynamic pages are separate pages that you create once and are then automatically multiplied for each new data entry.

Example: A blog post page.

You can create one dynamic page that serves as a template to show where the header, image, content, etc. are placed. Then, whenever you add a new blog, a new version of this page is created that’s specifically for that blog post.

That’s pretty epic because now you don’t need to create an entirely new page every time you want to add a blog. It’s all done automatically with dynamic pages.

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