I would like to offer my clients Facebook stores so that they can have another way of reaching their customers. Consider allowing users to make designs "Facebook friendly".3 votes
In order to design a Facebook page, you just need to make sure you set your site width a little bit smaller.
To do that, go to the “Site Presets” on Webydo’s studio and set your site width narrower than 810 pixels.
This is how Facebook explain it:
“The amount of space available to your tab app is bounded by the outer context of Facebook. It may be configured to display with a width of 520 pixels (default) or 810 pixels.”
where is the support team tab at the bottom? All it asks for is to request a demo. but Derek has been helpful , very helpful when my customer success manager gets tied up.3 votes
No worries, we have removed the “Request a Demo” and brought back the support tab instead :)
Mac's color management is really ideal. It saves color palates for each site and client so you can use them across client work... please 'o please add to Webydo!:)3 votes
Thanks for the idea.
You may set site wide colors in the site properties panel, available on the top menu.
I want to be able to create a website in Webydo, then see the output in HTML.3 votes
Thanks for reaching out :)
Please check out this article on “How to View Source Code”:
Menu Hierarchy Formatting.
Right now we can format 2 different levels in a menu – can we get more?
and possibly be able to set one of the menu layers as a category with no click through link?3 votes
You can ad as many submenus as you wish. There are two ways to do this:
1. In the Pages and Navigation Window, choose the menu you wish to work on.
Next, on the left of every category, there is a drag and drop icon – grab it and move a category to the right.
Now its nested under the one on top of it.
You can do it again for another category underneath it.
2. In the menu itself, let’s say it’s a horizontal one – click the + icon on any category to create a subcategory.
Do it again to the new category to create one underneath it.
I don’t understand the second question. Did you mean you want to create a new page with the Menu Element and not the Pages and Navigation Window?
Thanks for the suggestion!
Add to gallery arrows! I mean arrows on pop - up window, when you open img in gallery! With scrolling arrows on keyboard!3 votes
Did you try the galleries under the Galleries dropdown in the Elements Panel? They have the option for pop-up navigation with added arrows.
Thank you for the suggestion!
please allow to download the zipfile in the trial version2 votes
For entities to fix position after completing a motion path, opposed to continue up and off the page as a user scrolls down.2 votes
In order to achieve a fix position after, or before a transition, you should add the effect called “Delay After” or “Delay Before”.
This will keep the element in a fixed position, for as long as you set it.
Please try this and let us know here if it works for you,
A way to select through a view of different Pre-build Forms
Have a checklist of what you want to include in your form.2 votes
Hi Samuel, thanks for adding your idea.
I really think this article will make it a bit easier for you to create forms:
Please give it a try and let us know what think by commenting to this post.
It would really be great to be able to integrate sound, in connection with actions on a site, such as when landing on the home page (look here for a very nice example : http://www.barbara.fr/fr/)2 votes
Thanks for the feedback!
Have you tried embedding sound using Webydo’s Widget element?
Check out how to here: http://participate.webydo.com/knowledgebase/articles/174248-the-widget-element-
Function to "push" elements down when moving an element.
There is a function (a circle that turns blue) if you wanna move a text box and push elements below the box downwards. Excellent.
I´d really like the same for images and other elements.
I just had to move ALL the elements of the whole **** page separately because the top image had to be bigger. Took me 20 minutes :(2 votes
Have you tried using the Drag Handle Tool for moving all element together?
With this tool you can easily move your entire design up or down while preserving every element’s placement.
To use it, select any element, and notice the icon on the top left.
When you change the font in one title it should change in all the titles to be consistent across your articles.2 votes
Thanks for the idea.
By the way, after you set a title style, the next article will have the same style of the last one.
Try it out.
I was wondering is it possible to create websites and save them as templates in Webydo, and then allow clients to choose the newly created template from the general selection?
This would be awesome!2 votes
Thanks for the feedback!
On your Webydo dashboard, there is a tab called “Share”, where you can share sites you have created as a template.
After choosing your desired site, you may copy the link and give it to your client.
The link will allow him to create a site that is a duplicate of your chosen site.
Why is webydo.com/plans not available from the rest of the website? Also, I believe there needs to be a PDF or a better, more informative plans page so I can understand the differences between each without speaking to a sales member.1 vote
Thanks for the feedback Sam!
You may now find the pricing plans here, as part of the site:
It would be useful to be able to align text to top, middle or bottom of a text box or shape.1 vote
Please open the text editor and check out the the options. You have there full alignment options.
To learn more about the text editor, check out this page:
?עבודה יפה , מה עם עברית1 vote
Is this what you were looking for?
Please make it work with ie 111 vote
Area is locked down either in header or main body area, so when the user scrolls the content moves accordingly (up/down/left/right) but the navigation or key area remains in place. Would also apply to the footer so imagery scrolls only in content area.
This would allow the ability to scroll whilst key content (nag etc) remains.1 vote
Thanks for the idea, and it’s available.
We call it “Pin Position”. Just select the element you want, right click it, and choose the “Pin Position” option.
Is there no ption to add borders around page elements? If not I'd say that's a pretty major item not available.1 vote
Thanks for reaching out!
Webydo has border options. We call the borders around elements “stroke”.
You can edit them under the “Stroke” tab on the right properties panel. You may even have different stroke sized for each side of the element.
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