Jeremy D. Thomson

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    Jeremy D. Thomson commented  · 

    *providing

    Jeremy D. Thomson commented  · 

    Diving right in...

    Hi Nir, Team, please correct me if I'm wrong but it's been explained to me that the primary reason why the ability to remove Paragraph Styes has not yet been implemented is that because it's a destructive action--and that deleting a style that is connected to one or more pieces of text would not be great for the site. If this understanding is inaccurate please let me know.

    If the above understanding is accurate, as UX Designer with 10+ years experience, and as I've heard others want this feature as well, I implore you to consider this for the next release. Granted -any- destructive action can be scary, but given the choice of empowering users by provided a destructive action (with proper confirmation and ideally the ability to undo) in more cases than not is a better UX choice than not giving them the option at all. Thanks for the consideration!

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    Jeremy D. Thomson commented  · 

    Sorry, this landed in my spam folder. ↑ Correct!

    Jeremy D. Thomson commented  · 

    Hi Nir,

    Sorry for the lack of clarity. Currently when you select 'Blog' from the top menu you are taken to the 'Manage Posts' page by default. If you then click on an individual post you are then take to that post. Within that post (at the top) is a header image. Currently there is no way (other than cheating by reducing it's alpha to zero) to 'hide' that image. An even if you do 'hide' it because it's actually still there as an element, the text below it doesn't move up.

    On a per blog entry basis, it would be great to have the option to hide the header image.

    Does that make sense?

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    Thanks Jeremy for the idea.

    Regarding the option to “review before restore”, that’s available. The Revision History tool enables you to preview older versions of your website and recover the version you like best.

    Clicking on a time-frame, will show you the site as it was then.

    Jeremy D. Thomson commented  · 

    Hi Nir,

    My pleasure--and thanks for the info on the 'review to restore' part of the equation--I somehow totally missed that the first time.

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    Jeremy D. Thomson commented  · 

    Hi Nir,

    Thanks for the reply. Great to hear! When will I know if it'll actually make a release feature list or not (and to then end for approximately when)?

    Many thanks!

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    Under Review  ·  Ella responded

    Hi There,

    Enhancing the responsive feature by adding breakpoints and enabling their adjustment is a great idea.

    Promoting it depends on our community votes and comment. So let’s see how our users will respond to this idea.

    Jeremy D. Thomson commented  · 

    Either:

    1) Add Tablet Landscape, or;
    2) Tweak the Desktop present to Tablet Landscape and add a 'Large Monitor' preset. 27" and 4K monitors are becoming more and more common--it would be great to be able to customize for their width as well.

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    Gathering Feedback  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi Kevin,
    User defined breakpoints is a great idea, we’ll look into it.
    Thank you for the suggestion, don’t hesitate to send us more ideas!

    Jeremy D. Thomson commented  · 

    Ultimately needed for truly response web design. In terms of phases it'd be great to:

    1) Be able to change the pixel breakpoints for the current presets (Tablet Portrait, Mobile Landscape, Mobile Portrait), and;
    2) Create brand new presets.

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