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This sounds like you could use the Publishing Infrastructure. With this you build page templates. Normal editors can only use existing template pages.
When you go to Site settings > Change the look, you're looking at different Composed Looks. Every Composed Look has associated with it a: Master page Theme (i.e. colour scheme) Background image Font scheme When you select one of the out-of-box composed looks from the "Change the look" page you're going back to using one of the default master pages. So, ...
Personally, I would export the list as a .cmp file and import to all locations you wish to provision it. See this Technet article for more information.
Each SharePoint site collection has list galleries. You can upload a list template into the gallery and it will become available on all sub sites. To do that, first create the list. Then open list settings and select "Save list as template". Choose to not include content. This will create the list template in the gallery. Now you can go to any of the sub ...
If the users have sufficient permissions you can use webinfos. But sometimes users do not have access to some of the subsites. Then SharePoint pops up the login prompt and the call does not work (401 error). In this case you have to use /_api/web/Webs and set effectivebasepermissions in the query string. I have written a relevant post here ...
If the user has deleted anything in the site, it will be in recycle bin. But if the file is removed from the recycle bin, then it will be stored anywhere. If you are looking for default pages from the "site pages" library, then it is not a problem. You can get it from the another site/ site collection "site pages" library which is using the same site ...
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