You are absolutely right, removing styles is a must!
This is planned, and I hope will be done as soon as possible.
We will update you when ready, thanks!
You can make circles using the “Corner Radius” property.
Webydo allows you to control each side of the element and each corner, separately.
The “Corner Radius” property controls the roundness of the element corners. It works in the same way as Stroke.
For more info, check out this page:
Thanks for the idea!
It seems that the development of HTML removal will be delayed, as other features with higher votes are being developed first.
Keep voting for this idea in order to ensure it will be added to the development plans as soon as possible.
Thanks for the ideas!
We will check it out and add it to our development roadmap.
Thank you for the good idea!
Adding CAPTCHA (an acronym for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart") to the forms seems like the natural next step.
Thanks for the good feedback, we hope this feature’s development will be encouraged by the community’s voting.
Keep sharing your ideas with us! Things are getting more and more exciting here…
Hi, thanks for the idea.
Should be sweet to have control over the page transitions!
As our development plan is based on the community’s votes, we will be watching the vote count on this one too.
We are happy to announce that we started planning a Mailchimp integration.
Thank you for all the votes.
Thanks for the feedback.Anonymous commented
That is NEEDED, would love to see that on Webydo and keep all the customer happy under one platform.
Your Layers Panel just got a major revamp. You are now able to:
- Reorder elements
- Rename layers
- Lock elements
In addition, icons were added so that you can easily find Anchor Links, pinned layers and parallax layers on your canvas.
Check out the full update here:
OMG yes please! That would be great!!! Currently spending so much time trying to get the layers into position. Layer naming and reordering in the 'layer panel' just like on Photoshop would be fantastic.
Thanks for the feedback!
Lets see what the community thinks about the idea.
The ability to allow visitors to upload their files to forms is very important indeed. We will keep you informed of this feature progress.
Thanks J.J. for your great idea!
We will sure need to add the Google Calendar as a widget.
But in the meantime, here’s how to embed your Google Calendar on your website:
1. Go to Google Calendar.
In the calendar list on the left, click the down-arrow next to the calendar you want to embed, and select Calendar settings. (Alternatively, click the Settings link at the bottom of the calendar list, then click the name of the calendar.)
Copy the iframe code displayed in the Embed This Calendar section.
2 .Go to Webydo
On the top menu, click on the Widget tool and then on “HTML”. Paste the code and that’s it.
Hopefully, we will add Google Calendar as an integral Webydo widget soon.