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When you are copy and pasting into your Joomla site from another web page, email, document or other type of source, let your Joomla template handle the formatting! Get rid of as much css and source code as you can from the original content.

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 - The video discusses the importance of letting the Joomla template handle formatting when copying and pasting content.
- Demonstrates converting a site from static HTML with Flash to Joomla, focusing on copy-pasting content.
- Shows using the default Joomla editor and mentions an alternative editor, JCE Editor Pro.
- Explains how copying and pasting CSS styles along with content can lead to inconsistencies when changing templates.
- Suggests using "Paste as Text" option to avoid copying styles and preserving only basic content structure.
- Emphasizes the benefits of consistent template-based formatting for the entire site.
- Highlights potential challenges with hyperlink loss and offers solutions for updating links.
- Demonstrates using JCE Editor Pro's code view for selectively removing or modifying copied CSS styles.
- Encourages reliance on the Joomla template for consistent formatting, minimizing manual CSS adjustments.
- Advises against excessive use of CSS code within articles for better future maintenance.
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