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    This should be available, a simple check mark would suffice. The from email is different than the reply-to email.

    My clients are complaining too, and I have to tell them I can't do something so simple but I am a web developer? Makes me want to go through the effort to move it to another server, but I should not want to do that since I use your service to make it easy for my non-programmers to help out with updates and designs.

    Please just allow this. I can send you an example of how it should work but it is pretty straight forward, the email still comes from design.. the "reply-to" address is the customer's inquiry email so my business owners can simply reply to an email inquiry that comes from their site. Most of them are not great with computers so this seems like a little issue, but it is not.

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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…

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    your hack does not work as of 4/2017

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    We are excited to announce that we have just finished the development process of “Anchor Links” (the ability to add links to a specific part in the same page).

    We also added smoothness to the anchor links scrolling.

    This feature had many designer votes and was inspired by your requests.

    How to create an anchor link:
    Choose any element you want, click “Edit” and select “Set as Anchor Link”.
    You may now link to it as you would do with any other link.

    That’s it…

    Enjoy!

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Why do you guys make some simple things so difficult? I have a header contact text link I want to link an anchor, I can't add #form at the end of the link because Webydo ALWAYS puts a "/" in between it. So I hard code it... after reading this page, hard coding a quick contact link in the header is a huge pita unlike normal coding. Cmon.. quit making stuff tuff. Like forcing me to use the phone number button because the regular text link or and URL link adds the stupid "/"

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    5 comments  ·  Participate, Vote!  ·  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.

    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 links: You may set a style for a link, and the apply it to all your site links.

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

    Anonymous commented  · 

    I still cannot add a "tel:" callable phone number to text links. It keeps adding http:// in front of it. Grr so irritating. You have to add an HTML unit to create your own phone numbers that are linkable to the actual phone number for mobile phones.

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    Already Available  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi,
    You can add you own HTML, Javascript or CSS to your website with the Add Code To Site feature.
    - Click “Pages” to open “Pages & Navigation”.
    - Hover over the page you wish to edit and click the code icon </>.
    - In these boxes you can write your code.
    - Note the top tabs – choose between add code to this page or all pages.

    To learn more watch this tutorial:
    https://vimeo.com/135547187

    Thanks for the suggestion!

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