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    More Info Needed  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    I don’t fully understand what you mean by “copy on paper”.
    If you wish to keep a page hidden from users while you update it’s content, try using Page Visibility:
    - go to Pages.
    - Click the settings icon for the page you wish to hide.
    - under the Visibility drop down, choose private to keep the page hidden on publish, or Password Protected.
    - Password Protected – enter a user name and a password, and in the published site they will have to be entered in order to view the page.

    I hope that helps, please contact us if you have more questions.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    I don’t fully understand what you mean by “copy on paper”.
    If you wish to keep a page hidden from users while you update it’s content, try using Page Visibility:
    - go to Pages.
    - Click the settings icon for the page you wish to hide.
    - under the Visibility drop down, choose private to keep the page hidden on publish, or Password Protected.
    - Password Protected – enter a user name and a password, and in the published site they will have to be entered in order to view the page.

    I hope that helps, please contact us if you have more questions.

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    More Info Needed  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    Please tell us more about what you would like to in a media library.
    We have many new galleries in the Elements Panel under Galleris and under Media & Slideshows, please try them and tell us what you think.
    Thank you for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Please tell us more about what you would like to in a media library.
    We have many new galleries in the Elements Panel under Galleries and under Media & Slideshows, please try them and tell us what you think.
    Thank you for the suggestion!

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    Already Available  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    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!

    Sivan commented  · 

    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!

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    A “back to top” button is a very interesting idea, we will look into it.
    It is possible to create this in the studio with the currents tools. There are many options, here is an example:
    - Right click a shape in the header and then “Set As Anchor Point”.
    - At the bottom of your page, add a Text Element.
    - Change the text to “back to top”.
    - Mark the whole text, and click the Link icon on the panel above the elements.
    - Choose Link to Anchor and set the Anchor and text style,

    Now you have your own back to top active link. You can do this with most elements.
    We are releasing a Button Element soon and then you will have even more options.

    Thank you for the suggestion

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    A “back to top” button is a very interesting idea, we will look into it.
    It is possible to create this in the studio with the currents tools. There are many options, here is an example:
    - Right click a shape in the header and then “Set As Anchor Point”.
    - At the bottom of your page, add a Text Element.
    - Change the text to “back to top”.
    - Mark the whole text, and click the Link icon on the panel above the elements.
    - Choose Link to Anchor and set the Anchor and text style,

    Now you have your own back to top active link. You can do this with most elements.
    We are releasing a Button Element soon and then you will have even more options.

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Roger,
    That’s an excellent idea! A way to organize your files and integrate replacements would be a great addition to the studio. We will look into this while feedback is gathered, thank you for your suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Roger,
    That’s an excellent idea! A way to organize your files and integrate replacements would be a great addition to the studio. We will look into this while feedback is gathered, thank you for your suggestion!

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    Under Review  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Roger,
    Thank you for this suggestion, we are taking it under consideration for a similar future development.
    Don’t hesitate to submit more excellent ideas.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Roger,
    Thank you for this suggestion, we are taking it under consideration for a similar future development.
    Don’t hesitate to submit more excellent ideas.

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    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    You can add Alef to your site using "Add Fonts":
    - At the bottom of the Font dropdown, click "Add Fonts".
    - Here you have three tabs, the first one is "Add Google Fonts".
    - Search for Alef, and choose it.
    - Click OK.
    The font is now in the fonts dropdown.
    Note that in the "Add Fonts" window you can upload your own and connect to Adobe Typekit.

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    More Info Needed  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    Would you please give us more information about your idea?
    If you have a specific question in mind perhaps our support team can help you solve this issue.
    Support@webydo.com

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    Would you please give us more information about your idea?
    If you have a specific question in mind perhaps our support team can help you solve this issue.
    Support@webydo.com

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    Thank you for that detailed response. I think you are looking for two separate things:
    1. A more detailed form with more options. Did you try our new form widgets? Perhaps they will answer to your needs, you can find them in the Elements Panel, under the Forms & Surveys Dropdown.
    2. An individual logging and registration system, which it a fantastic idea that we will look into.

    Thank you for you wonderful suggestion, we appreciate all the feedback, don’t hesitate to give us more.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    Thank you for that detailed response. I think you are looking for two separate things:
    1. A more detailed form with more options. Did you try our new form widgets? Perhaps they will answer to your needs, you can find them in the Elements Panel, under the Forms & Surveys Dropdown.
    2. An individual logging and registration system, which it a fantastic idea that we will look into.

    Thank you for you wonderful suggestion, we appreciate all the feedback, don't hesitate to give us more.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Ammy,
    The Form Element has field validations and labels. Could you please give us more details about what you mean in "include compare validation for the password, range validation for contact number and custom validations" ?
    Do you suggest an individual password registration from within the Form Element?

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    There is no need for you to actually map images. The Studio does that for you, it is being done automatically in the system. When you upload an image it is automatically saved in your Media Library and the website’s media folder.
    As for the image size limitation – we will look into it, but in the meantime, there are various ways to reduce large image size, live “Save For Web”, in Photoshop.
    Thank you for the suggestion, keep submitting new ideas!

    Sivan commented  · 

    I see. There is no need for you to actually map images. The Studio does that for you, it is being done automatically in the system. When you upload an image it is automatically saved in your Media Library and the website's media folder.
    As for the image size limitation - we will look into it, but in the meantime, there are various ways to reduce large image size, live "Save For Web", in Photoshop.
    Thank you for the suggestion, keep submitting new ideas!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Ammy,
    Did you try using the media library? You can open it from the icon at the bottom of the right bar, go to view - Media Library or hit CTRL+M or CMD+M on a mac.
    You can upload your images here and manage them.
    Does this help or did you have something different in mind?

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    Already Available  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Ben,
    If you choose a style for the whole element, that style’s color will affect everything, including the numbers.
    Any edit you will make in the right panels will do that. If you want every number to have different color – do it the same way since each paragraph (separated by the enter key) can have it’s own style inside the Text Element.

    If you have more questions we are here to help!
    Support@webydo.com

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Ben,
    If you choose a style for the whole element, that style's color will affect everything, including the numbers.
    Any edit you will make in the right panels will do that. If you want every number to have different color - do it the same way since each paragraph (separated by the enter key) can have it's own style inside the Text Element.

    If you have more questions we are here to help!
    Support@webydo.com

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    Already Available  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    You can make articles responsive, just go to the desired breakpoint, shift and resize the inner elements and click publish.
    Remember that it’s best to work from the largest breakpoint to the smallest.

    If you need more help please contact our support team on support@webydo.com.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    You can make articles responsive, just go to the desired breakpoint, shift and resize the inner elements and click publish.
    Remember that it's best to work from the largest breakpoint to the smallest.

    If you need more help please contact our support team on support@webydo.com.

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    Already Available  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Mat.
    The Webydo team is developing new features non-stop. We have many things to consider in our roadmap and our first thought is always “What’s best for our users?”. With this in mind we create new features. We are always listening to suggestions and this forum is a major source for ideas and feedback.

    We also gather feedback from the support team, our costumer success team and of course, our own QA team. All of this feedback is gathered and carefully sorted to create the best developments possible. We are always listening to you, just know that we are working to give you the best features we can.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Mat.
    The Webydo team is developing new features non-stop. We have many things to consider in our roadmap and our first thought is always "What's best for our users?". With this in mind we create new features. We are always listening to suggestions and this forum is a major source for ideas and feedback.

    We also gather feedback from the support team, our costumer success team and of course, our own QA team. All of this feedback is gathered and carefully sorted to create the best developments possible. We are always listening to you, just know that we are working to give you the best features we can.

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Mat,
    That’s an excellent idea, more options for links will make the site building more flexible.
    We will look into it, thanks for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Mat,
    That's an excellent idea, more options for links will make the site building more flexible.
    We will look into it, thanks for the suggestion!

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    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Peter,
    That's a very useful extension, thanks for the tip and all your activity in here.

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Ammy,
    That’s a really good idea, it would be a great addition to the text treatment in the studio.
    Let’s see how many votes it gathers, thank you for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Ammy,
    That's a really good idea, it would be a great addition to the text treatment in the studio.
    Let's see how many votes it gathers, thank you for the suggestion!

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Anton,
    Design changes on the Menu Element will effect the website across every breakpoint. The only properties that can be changed this way are Position on the X,Y, hight and width.
    To redesign the menu, you need to create a new element for each breakpoint. The correct workflow is working from the largest breakpoint (Desktop), to the smallest (Mobile portrait).
    I’ll explain:

    - Create a menu for the desktop breakpoint.
    - Go to the tablet breakpoint.
    - Select the Menu.
    - In the Properties Panel, Hide the element from the desktop breakpoint.
    - Now, drag a new Menu Element to the canvas (alternately, duplicate the menu, and THEN hide the original from the desktop view).
    - Design the new menu to your needs.
    - Repeat on all breakpoints.

    We are currently working on a development that will prevent design changes by mistake. we will update you as we progress.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Anton,
    Design changes on the Menu Element will effect the website across every breakpoint. The only properties that can be changed this way are Position on the X,Y, hight and width.
    To redesign the menu, you need to create a new element for each breakpoint. The correct workflow is working from the largest breakpoint (Desktop), to the smallest (Mobile portrait).
    I'll explain:

    - Create a menu for the desktop breakpoint.
    - Go to the tablet breakpoint.
    - Select the Menu.
    - In the Properties Panel, Hide the element from the desktop breakpoint.
    - Now, drag a new Menu Element to the canvas (alternately, duplicate the menu, and THEN hide the original from the desktop view).
    - Design the new menu to your needs.
    - Repeat on all breakpoints.

    We are currently working on a development that will prevent design changes by mistake. we will update you as we progress.

    Thank you for the suggestion.

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    That’s a very good idea, we will look into it for future development.

    Thank you for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    I understand, that's a very good idea, we will look into it for future development.

    Thank you for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Anton,
    Did you try using the Grid? You can set the number of columns and padding to your likings.
    You can activate it from the bottom right bar or from the top menu under View.
    Does this help?

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    More Info Needed  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Tristan,
    Did you mean rollover effects?
    What sort of interaction from a visitor do you see activating the effect?
    Would you please explain in more detail?

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Tristan,
    Did you mean rollover effects?
    What sort of interaction from a visitor do you see activating the effect?
    Would you please explain in more detail?

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    Planned  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi everyone,
    We wanted to let you know that we are working on a development that will let you choose from a variety of designed elements to be add to the canvas as well as save your own.
    We will update you as soon as it is released.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi everyone,
    We wanted to let you know that we are working on a development that will let you choose from a variety of designed elements to be add to the canvas as well as save your own.
    We will update you as soon as it is released.

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