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This is an awesome free product, its about time someone cerated something like this so well done!! I've only just discovered this so I havent used it yet but would like to.

However, I have a question, does it create responsive code? You say that the code will be cross-browser compatible but does it create code with media queries so that it reconfigures on any device?

If not then you need to address that issue since more and more people will be viewing websites purely on mobile devices instead of laptops.

If it does then great!...but I haven't seen that demonstrated in any of the presentation videos.



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Completed  ·  AdminMichael (Head of Support, Webydo) responded  · 

We are living in a multi-screen era and following your votes, our team worked day and night to develop a code-free responsive editor with the pixel-perfect accuracy you demanded.

This revolutionary editor lets you create
advanced responsive sites with:

Pixel Perfect Precision:
Scale and adapt your sites’ design to fit all screens and devices, with full control over every element position down to the pixel.

Code-Free Breakpoints:
Enjoy complete control over your site’s layouts, content, navigation, and functionality across all platforms using code-free breakpoints.

Total Design Flexibility:
Decide which design elements to add, delete, or replace in each site version in order to optimize your clients’ sites for better mobile user experience.

Adaptive Text Styles:
Modify your typography to best fit all screens and devices.

Automatic Image Optimization:
Every image is optimized to best fit the screens of your site’s visitors.

Unified Management:
Efficiently manage all your site’s versions in one place, preventing duplicated content that hurts SEO ranking.

To work it:

In your Webydo Studio’s top menu, click on the desired device icon (Mobile Portrait & Landscape, Tablet and Desktop) and start scaling and adapting your site’s design.

Check it out in this short tutorial:

Webydo is created by the designers using it and we are thrilled to know what you think of the FIRST Pixel-Perfect Responsive Editor.


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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Each time I have attempted to use this feature, it alters the design layout for my desktop page....

  • Andrew commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Just curious why you think you're the first pixel-perfect responsive editor? I know this post is 2 years old but still wasn't true back then. You guys sure do make a lot of claims.

    By the way, the responsiveness doesn't even work for me. This page looks the same on my iphone and desktop but I added some reflow placements in the editor for mobile view.

  • Sergio commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Hi guys!
    I seem to have the same problem. When working with my website it adjusts fine to mobile and tablet devices, however it won't adjust to different screen dimensions. When viewing it on a big screen, it leaves a lot of empty space. Is there any way to fix this?
    Thanx! Awesome work!

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Seems great, however on a page where I have a lot of imagery set out as I want it, some changes in a version (where I re-size, adjust positioning, etc.) strangely affect other versions (e.g. I position something at 900,300 in tablet, and it suddenly moves to 1800,600 in landscape mobile... Unfortunately I found this on the last page. But I would suggest more testing, because there is no save version option so you have to re-do a lot of work to get things back to where you started from.

  • Augusto commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The best product for responsive websites without having to do ANYTHING additional is Sitemaker, they are now HTML5!

    If Webydo was able to do the same will be very successful platform, because looks that right now is able to do everything else just GREAT!.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    The website I am working with is responsive to both tablet and mobile which is nice – BUT – it isn't responsive when viewed on certain laptops with different screen dimensions which is a shame – is there anyway round this?

  • eleonora commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    the programme is fantastic..but I have a question..why my toolbar sometimes disappears? I don't know how I can do..please help me..

  • JMb commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I too would like to see this, not the mobile conversion tool which needs tweaking (actually didnt work when i published and looked at the site on mobile, no background?)

    What I'd love is fully responsive layouts that scale and reposition images and text when the browser window is reduced in size (i.e and therefore on a tablet mobile). I'm reliably informed something such is on its way? hope that's true!

    Keep up the excellent work webydo :)

  • Tina commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I do not see anything on the site that allows me to edit the site for mobile users/or indicating responsive design. I have just tested it on a mobile device and the site seems cut off... How do I fix this issue?


  • Crystal V commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Will it be possible to add the ability to use webydo widgets on the mobile versions such as calendars or music?

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Webydo Amdin; I completely agree with Leach Jaiden. I tested the responsive mobile and tablet version in a 5 " android mobile with firefox and doesn't work. Instead It's works with the default navigator app. I think that the mistake is about not declaring <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width; initial-scale=1.0"> in <head>

    There are so many different devices with different resolutions and screen sizes. I think that use the media queries based on diferent resolutions is the best solution. I would like to see what happens with differents resolutions using responsinator or the web developer toolbar that can resize the window to responsive layouts

  • thomas commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    How close are you to adding responive features to Webydo? So looking forward to this..


  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    please please add responsive design, it seems webydo can do everything but this! It's such an important and in demand feature.



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