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How do I use the "Regenerate" button in the mobile editor?

With Instapage, the mobile version of a page consists of the same elements as the desktop version, but arranged differently and resized. When creating a page, you need to add all the desired elements to your desktop editor and then go to the mobile editor, click Regenerate if the mobile design is far from what you would like it to be, and start manually resizing and rearranging them as you wish. After editing, moving or adding new elements to the desktop version our system will try to automatically adjust the mobile version but it's not perfect and you may need to manually rearrange or resize some elements. You can use our grouping and mobile aspect ratio features to help you faster edit the mobile version as described in this article. The templates we provide are mobile-optimized, but that can change as you add new elements. 

There are multiple Regenerate buttons, one at the top of the page and one for each Instablock you have. The button for each block appears as you click on the Instablock in question.

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What does Regenerate do?

The purpose of the Regenerate button is to bring desktop elements to the mobile page in case they are missing (but not hidden), to make sure both the mobile and the desktop page are in conformity with each other.

How do I know which one to use?

Use the first button right at the top the first time you switch to the mobile editor when you are done with editing the desktop version if on most Instablocks there are elements missing (but not hidden) or settings are not passed over from the desktop version. In all other cases that are isolated to a single Instablock, you should use the Instablock regenerate button.

As a good practice, after you finish editing a block on the desktop version (ideally also using grouping and mobile aspect ratio if necessary) you can check the block on the mobile version and if it's far from what you would expect it to display you can Regenerate the mobile block. This will not break the design you have already done on the other blocks. We recommend only using Regenerate when you know you added all the elements you want to add to a page or a block, as to not redo the mobile design every time. 

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