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How to import and export CMS/Static Blocks to Magento 2

It is hard to overestimate the importance of Magento 2 CMS pages for an average e-commerce website. They play a pivotal role in creating a unique and attractive storefront. Homepage, news blocks, promotions, and other store sections may incorporate CMS pages to deliver a more abundant shopping experience. Also, pages composed within the Magento 2 Page Builder are always associated with various CMS elements. Despite such frequent appearances, Magento 2 doesn’t let you import-export CMS pages. However, with the Improved Import and Export extension, you are no longer bound to the store’s backend for editing purposes. You can now import multiple CMS pages to your store with a single click. In this post, we will tell you how to do that. You will learn how to import Magento 2 CMS pages. We focus on such aspects as a proper import table and an import job that simplifies your daily chores.

Along with the step-by-step instructions, the article provides explanations on every static block attribute. Also, you will find sample files that you can use as a reference. We describe prerequisites for importing/exporting statics blocks in Magento 2. After that, you will learn how to transfer CMS blocks between Magento 2 websites. Additionally, we touch upon the topic of composing and editing static blocks tables.

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Magento 2 Backend Exploration: CMS Blocks

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Magento 2 CMS blocks

In this article, you will discover how Magento 2 backend is arranged. We continue exploring its Content section, and today our attention is drawn to CMS blocks and a corresponding screen that stores all of them. Below, we describe how the appropriate grid looks and how to manage it. We also shed light on such aspects as the creation of new CMS blocks. Their import and export to/from Magento 2 are described in separate chapters as well. Continue Reading