In Avada Builder, you can easily clone any of your page content. Cloning an object is making a duplicate copy of it. Whether it is a Container, a Column, or an Element, the cloned object is then placed immediately after the original object. This is the main difference between cloning and copying. With copying, the object is held in memory on the clipboard, but with cloning, it is simply duplicated and inserted.
There are two ways to clone objects in Avada Builder. The first one is to use our right-click functionality. This is available in both the Back-End and Front-End Builders, and allows you to select from a range of options. Simply right-click over your desired Container, Column, or Element and right-click. This brings up a contextual menu, and Clone is one of the options available.
With Parent and Child items, it should be noted you can clone either the child or the parent (which includes all the children). In the example below, I have right clicked over the Parent Counter Boxes, and so I would be cloning the entire row of Counter Boxes.
The second way to clone an object is to choose Clone from the Container, Column or Element Controls. When you hover over an Element Control, you will see a range of icons. One of these is the clone icon. Simply click that icon, and the object will again be cloned and inserted immediately after the object cloned.