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That cannot be achieved easily at all. You might be able to create some JS code that would override the LP editor behavior, but good luck
You might want to read this and vote: Guided LP enhancements and also look into the sub ideas.
This missing feature is one of the reason so many LP template editors have flourished in the Launchpoint.
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As Greg (M.) says, there isn't a built-in way to add N copies of an editable area on-demand.
We've worked this out in one of 2 ways:
- Pre-create placeholders for up to N elements/element groups and make sure the page fully responds to any element left unchosen. For example, there are 12 total slots; 1-12 of them can be used and the column layout responds accordingly. This requires cooperation between CSS and JS to make sure stuff that's left blank doesn't affect the layout (the CSS :empty selector comes in handy here). Of course if the page still works aesthetically with 16, 20, 24+ elements you'll reach a point of madness with this approach.
- Only create one "template element" in the Marketo template. (That is, a template within the template.) Pair the template with, for example, a Google sheet from which the content is actually fetched. Clone the template for every set of data. Extremely scalable, takes some time to get used to as a designer but users (IME) think it's great.