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    We’re happy to announce that you now have the ability to add your own code to any section (including the “Head” section) of your Webydo sites.

    You may add and edit the code in all the site’s sections in order to have full control of your site, and to be able to easily embed widgets that need code to be added to different sections of a page.

    You may also add code to your site’s CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) document, if you wish to do so.

    In order to add/edit code, in the studio, click on the “Pages” link on the top menu. Next to each of your site’s pages, you will find the “Add Code” option.

    Hope you like it :)

    Sivan commented  · 

    Miloš, you totally can :)
    Go to Add Code on any page.
    On the top you have to tabs: "Add Code To Page", Add Code to All Pages".
    Pick the second one, write your code, and save.
    Does that help?

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi David,
    That’s a great idea, clearing the canvas of all guides would be convenient.
    Le’t see what the community thinks while we look into your idea.
    Thank you.

    Sivan commented  · 

    You can delete guides by double clicking them and hitting the trash can icon. For now, that's how you delete them. I hope that helps.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi David,
    That's a great idea, clearing the canvas of all guides would be convenient.
    Le't see what the community thinks while we look into your idea.
    Thank you.

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    Completed  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi everyone,

    We want to let you know that we have a new feature: Page Visibility.

    This new feature lets you control the visibility of each page on your website.
    In the Webydo Studio, you can define any page as public, private or password protected.

    Public: visible to everyone (default setting).
    Private: visible only in the Webydo Studio.
    Password Protected: visible only upon entering a username and password (these values remain the same regardless of page).

    How It Works:
    Go to the Pages & Navigation window.
    Choose the page you wish to edit.
    Click the Settings Icon.
    Under Visibility choose: Public, Private or Password Protected (for this option you must enter a username and password).
    Click OK and Publish.

    Thank you for the feedback, if you have more questions please contact our support team.

    Sivan commented  · 

    I understand, that a great idea, you should suggest it on a different post so it gathers individual votes. I'm sure it will be very popular and will affect future development.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi David let's clarify:
    You would like the option to design the login page for "Password Protected" pages?

    Would you please explain more about the second part? Are you referring to the CMS user or site visitors? Site visitors need only the URL for your published site and they will be taken to the login page, if one is set.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Those are all very good ideas, I'll pass them on for further research.
    Thanks for participating, please keep suggesting new ideas.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi everyone,
    We are happy to let you know a Page Visibility feature has been released and pages can be set to password protection.

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    Thanks for the ideas, I will add them to the roadmap.

    By the way, aligning an element to the horizontal center of the site is possible. A green guide will appear when you drag an element through the middle of your page.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi guys, you can now align to center using our new feature: Automated Layout.
    The feature allows you to design your site quickly, especially useful for making your site responsive.
    It can also be used to align to center.
    - Open the Automated Layout Panel by clicking it's icon in the center of the top menu.
    - Choose the elements you wish to center.
    - Check "Sort Selected Elements Only".
    - Set the layout to one column.
    - Click "render layout".

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    Sivan commented  · 

    In addition to the mobile menu that already exists, we are currently working on reimagining the Menu Element. We will update you as soon as we have more.

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    Sivan commented  · 

    Juan, did you try our new galleries?

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    More Info Needed  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Aldo,

    There is an option for user login through the Password Protection feature.
    Go to Pages & Navigation.
    Click the settings icon for the page you wish to set a login for,
    Under Visibility, open the dropdown and choose. Password Protection.
    Set a name and a password, save, and you are done.

    If you had something more in mind, please elaborate.

    Thank you for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Aldo,

    There is an option for user login through the Password Protection feature.
    Go to Pages & Navigation.
    Click the settings icon for the page you wish to set a login for,
    Under Visibility, open the dropdown and choose. Password Protection.
    Set a name and a password, save, and you are done.

    If you had something more in mind, please elaborate.

    Thank you for the suggestion!

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Philippos,
    That’s an excellent idea. Importing projects is a great feature that will benefit many users. Let’s see how many votes are gathered while our team is looking into this.
    Thanks for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Philippos,
    That's an excellent idea. Importing projects is a great feature that will benefit many users. Let's see how many votes are gathered while our team is looking into this.
    Thanks for the suggestion!

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    Under Review  ·  Ella responded

    Hi Nathan,

    Great thinking! Lets hear from the rest of our community, and prioritise the development of a designated feature according to it. In the meantime, you can achieve this functionality using a simple hack:

    Step 1: Publish your site and navigate to the page you’d like to link to

    Step 2: Find the target element you’d like to use as an anchor link and highlight it

    Step 4: Right-click your mouse and select “Inspect Elements” (Chrome & Firefox) and find the element name (div ID), separated by quotation marks from the code. A typical name would be innerImage45__Image45, innerText32__Text32 etc.

    Step 4: Create a new Url combining the page full URL followed by # and the div ID. A typical URL would be http://domainname.com/#innerImage62__Image62

    Step 5: Add link to your menu, define it as “External Link” and link it to the URL you have created

    If you need any…

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi everyone,
    We wanted to let you know that we are looking into this idea as part of reimagining the Menu Element. We can't guarantee a development like this anytime soon, but is it being looked on and you will be updated as soon as we have something.

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    That’s a really cool feature, well look into it.
    Thank you for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    I see, that's a really cool feature, well look into it.
    Thank you for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    I understand, you can create this king of thing with the Full Width Gallery (In the Elements Panel, under the Galleries dropdown).
    Drag a gallery to the canvas and in the Design Panel, check "Fit To Height".
    Then, change the settings to your satisfaction.
    How does it look?

    Sivan commented  · 

    I see, you mean like in a form of a gallery?

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Jaiden,
    You can create this kind of website in the Studio. The Shape Element can be fit to width and height. You can place you other grouped elements manually in the center of each breakpoint.

    That said, we are currently working on a very special automatic layout tool that will help create these kind of websites with the click of a button.
    If you want to talk more about your idea we are happy to listen, you can even send us examples.

    Thank you for your suggestion!

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    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    Exporting your site is one of the benefits of a paid plan. You can use the free trial to experience the system and if you are satisfied you may upgrade and enjoy more features, like exporting your site, chat support, more projects, white label and more.

    Thank you for the suggestion.

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Tom,
    That’s a very good idea. In the meantime, you can test all of the site’s elements with Publish.

    If you wish to do it privately, you can use the Password Protection feature.
    In Pages & Navigation, click the settings icon for the page you wish to work on.
    Open the Visibility dropdown and click Password Protected.
    Choose a username and password.
    Click OK.
    Now only you will have access to this page.

    We’ll keep you updated with any developments. Thanks for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Tom,
    That's a very good idea. In the meantime, you can test all of the site's elements with Publish.

    If you wish to do it privately, you can use the Password Protection feature.
    In Pages & Navigation, click the settings icon for the page you wish to work on.
    Open the Visibility dropdown and click Password Protected.
    Choose a username and password.
    Click OK.
    Now only you will have access to this page.

    We'll keep you updated with any developments. Thanks for the suggestion!

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    That’s a really cool menu, it will be a great addition to the Studio, thanks for showing this to us.

    Now lets see what the community thinks.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    That's a really cool menu, it will be a great addition to the Studio, thanks for showing this to us.

    Now lets see what the community thinks.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Andrea,

    Would you please elaborate more on this idea? Did you mean the navigation bar on the published website?

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Richard,
    Thank you for your kind response. A pop-up or indication in the top of the Design Panel for the chosen element is a great idea, we will look into it while it gather’s votes.

    Thanks for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Richard,
    Thank you for your kind response. A pop-up or indication in the top of the Design Panel for the chosen element is a great idea, we will look into it while it gather's votes.

    Thanks for the suggestion!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Richard,
    The current element type is displayed in the Design Panel on top of it's unique setting section, do you think it would be more helpful on top?

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    Under Review  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Metteo,

    If I understand you correctly, you want to edit the Text Element’s Paragraph Properties without double clicking the text?
    Adding the edit capabilities to the element without double clicking is a great idea, in the meantime, there are three ways of changing color in a Text Element:

    1. The Design Panel – Double click anywhere in the element, it doesn’t matter what is highlighted, the whole element will change according to your edits, the Design Panel controls the whole element.
    2. The Paragraph styles window – Same way, double click the element, the panel will appear and you choose from there.
    3. The text panel, above the element – This does require double clicking and highlighting the parts of the texts you want to change because it is for detailed editing.

    Thanks for the suggestion, if you have more questions or ideas please comment or write to us.

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Metteo,
    I heard great things about you from Yam and Shelly, it's nice to finally speak to you.

    If I understand you correctly, you want to edit the Text Element's Paragraph Properties without double clicking the text?
    Adding the edit capabilities to the element without double clicking is a great idea, in the meantime, there are three ways of changing color in a Text Element:

    1. The Design Panel - Double click anywhere in the element, it doesn't matter what is highlighted, the whole element will change according to your edits, the Design Panel controls the whole element.
    2. The Paragraph styles window - Same way, double click the element, the panel will appear and you choose from there.
    3. The text panel, above the element - This does require double clicking and highlighting the parts of the texts you want to change because it is for detailed editing.

    Thanks for the suggestion, if you have more questions or ideas please comment or write to us.

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    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Etienne,
    You can charge your clients directly from the dashboard, under your sites name, "Bill my Client".
    Besides that option, soon we will have a Paypal widget that will allow you to bill clients directly to you Paypal account.

    I hope that helps,
    Please comment if you have more questions.

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    That’s and interesting idea. We know that currently very few users are operating on Explorer. Supporting that platform will take a lot of resources, but if the community is asking for it we will do it. Lets see how many votes are gathered.

    Thanks for the suggestion, keep submitting new ideas and vote!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    That's and interesting idea. We know that currently very few users are operating on Explorer. Supporting that platform will take a lot of resources, but if the community is asking for it we will do it. Lets see how many votes are gathered.

    Thanks for the suggestion, keep submitting new ideas and vote!

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    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    That's a great idea, sorting articles would be a convenient feature. Do you have more ideas for sorting options?

    Thanks for the suggestion!

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    Already Available  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Alex,
    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!

    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi Alex,
    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!

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    Sivan commented  · 

    Hi,
    That's a very interesting idea, can you give us an example for something like that you've seen on another website?

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