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How can I efficiently manage and edit multiple pages simultaneously in a website builder or CMS?

**Simultaneous editing**: The human brain can process multiple tasks simultaneously, but only if they require different types of brain processing, such as editing text and resizing images.

This is known as "dual-task performance".

**Cognitive load**: Managing multiple pages simultaneously increases cognitive load, making it essential to minimize mental effort by using tools that simplify the process, like Adobe Acrobat DC's "Duplicate Across Pages" tool.

**Visual hierarchy**: Organizing multiple pages with a clear visual hierarchy, using headings, subheadings, and whitespace, helps the brain process information more efficiently, reducing editing time.

**Grid system**: Using a grid system in design tools like Canva helps maintain consistency across multiple pages, ensuring a uniform layout and reducing editing time.

** muscle memory**: Repetitive tasks, like editing multiple pages, can create muscle memory, making it easier to perform the task with increased speed and accuracy over time.

**Saccadic eye movement**: When editing multiple pages, the eyes move in a saccadic manner, jumping between different areas of the page, which can lead to errors if not managed efficiently.

**Load time optimization**: Optimizing load times for each page is crucial when managing multiple pages, as slow load times can decrease productivity and increase frustration.

**Cache memory**: Browser cache memory can significantly impact page loading times, making it essential to clear cache regularly when editing multiple pages.

**Gestalt principles**: Applying Gestalt principles, such as proximity and similarity, to page design can simplify the editing process by creating a cohesive visual structure.

**Workflow automation**: Automating repetitive tasks using tools like Adobe Acrobat DC's "Actions" feature can significantly reduce editing time and increase accuracy.

**Color psychology**: Color schemes can affect user engagement and cognitive load, making it essential to choose colors that enhance productivity when editing multiple pages.

**Chunking**: Breaking down complex tasks into smaller, manageable chunks can reduce cognitive load and improve editing efficiency when managing multiple pages.

**Scalability**: Using scalable design elements, like vector graphics, can reduce editing time and ensure consistency across multiple pages.

**Context switching**: Frequent context switching between multiple pages can decrease productivity and increase errors, making it essential to minimize switching using tools like Canva's bulk editing feature.

**Attentional bias**: The brain's tendency to focus on prominent page elements can lead to errors, making it crucial to maintain a comprehensive overview of multiple pages during the editing process.

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