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  1. Add a colour palette to the right side panel

    Hi,

    I was looking for a quicker way to access a colour palette that i want to use on text, shapes and anything i'd like to be part of a consistent site wide colour palette.

    Currently, the method to choose a colour from my site seems long winded.

    A better option would be to have a saved colour palette on the right panel which can be accessed instantly. The benefit will be the speed of use and quick access as I could choose from my saved selection and edit colours on the fly for each selection.

    See my very basic…

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      1 comment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      I wanted to let you know we have just released our new text editor.

      The New Text Styles Properties Panel allows you to customize typography with tools such as Text Indent, Letter Spacing, Line Height, Uppercase Paragraph Margins and more. Select your fonts from an extensive list of 600+ NEW Google Web Fonts, and easily apply colors using the new enhanced Color Picker, just like you wanted.

      Hope you like it!

      For more info, check out the tutorial video:
      http://participate.webydo.com/knowledgebase/articles/174197-the-text-element

    • More fonts options

      More fonts options

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        We wanted to inform you that you may now upload your own fonts, directly from your computer directory.

        You may also connect to your Adobe Typekit account and use your fonts in the Webydo Studio.

        To work it:

        Upload your own fonts :

        In the Webydo Studio, click on any text element. Then, in the design panel – under fonts – click, “Add Fonts.”
        Now, in the “Manage Your Fonts” window, go to the “Upload Your Fonts” tab. There, click the “upload font files button” and easily upload any font from your computer directory.

        Adobe Typekit Connection:

        In the Webydo Studio, click on any text element. Then, in the design panel – under fonts – click, “Add Fonts.”
        In the “Connect Typekit Fonts” tab, you can swiftly add your API Typekit token by following the cues.

      • Content Manager for Clients -- ability to add images and text

        It would be great if clients could attach files to images in the content editor. For example, many times PDF downloads are indicated by an image of a PDF. Clicking the image takes you to a download link. Could we give the ability to provide content editors the option to attach a file to images?

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          0 comments  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

          I wanted to let you know we have just released our new text editor.

          Our robust new Text Editor offers smarter and faster text editing, accurate typography, quick styles settings and cleaner code generation, complying with the latest W3C standards.

          Customizing Typography Is Now Easier Than Ever:

          The New Text Styles Properties Panel allows you to customize typography with tools such as Text Indent, Letter Spacing, Line Height, Uppercase Paragraph Margins and more. Select your fonts from an extensive list of 600+ NEW Google Web Fonts, and easily apply colors using the new enhanced Color Picker.

          Applying Text Styles Throughout Your Website:

          The new Text Styles window allows you to quickly set various typography styles. With just one click you can efficiently apply, reuse or change the text styles throughout your website.

          For more info, check out the tutorial video:
          http://participate.webydo.com/knowledgebase/articles/174197-the-text-element

        • Create a page within a lightbox/popup

          Instead of just having the ability to view a single image in a popup when selecting a photo from a gallery, you could have an expanded view with multiple images and descriptions (like in Behance). This way you can expand on a project without having to send the user to a different page.

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            2 comments  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

            Hi Alexandra, We have just released today the Lightbox Element. It allows you to create a button that will display any web page in a popup window, dimming out the background of the page on which it is located.

            Where to find it:
            In the Studio’s Elements Panel, open the “Gallery” category, and just drag & drop the “Lightbox” Element onto your canvas.

            Hope you like it!

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