How to Copy a Webform on Drupal

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How to Copy a Webform on Drupal
Copying Web forms in Drupal is done via node cloning. (John Foxx/Stockbyte/Getty Images)

Drupal is a Web content management system used for making a plethora of different websites, from small to large, including personal and business. Its code is open source, meaning you are free to install it, use it and develop its code however you wish. Among Drupal's array of capabilities is that of node duplication. "Node" is the generic term used by Drupal to describe front-end components, such as pages, articles, modules and, in this case, Web forms.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • FTP client
  • Decompression software

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Download the "Node Clone" module from the Drupal website.

  2. 2

    Open the file using a decompression program of your choice, such as WinRar or WinZip. Extract the files.

  3. 3

    Log into your website's FTP account and navigate to the Drupal modules directory. Upload the extracted files into the directory. The "Node Clone" module that will enable you to copy your Web form is now installed.

  4. 4

    Log into your Drupal admin control panel. This is typically your domain name followed by "/admin" For example, "http://www.mywebsite.com/admin."

  5. 5

    Navigate to the node you wish to clone, in this case your Web form. You now have the option to create an instant copy of the form exactly as it is. The copy will be saved with the name "Copy of" and the title of the Web form to differentiate it from the original. Click "Edit" to change any part of the copy, including the title.

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