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:
Wow, Graham... You've blown my mind!
This would be extremely cool...
Webydo oh Webydo will you do this one for us??
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.
I'm not familiar with this feature... can you add a link to demo?
Marco this is fantastic! I love it.
Just to add, as we don't want to use text in pics - - text effects are really important. I hope many designers will vote for this one... :)
Exciting news – we just beta launched the Blog Feature.
Start designing by selecting “Blog” in the top menu of the Studio.
Here’s a preview of what’s under the hood:
Full Creative Control.
You design the look & feel of all aspects
of your clients’ blog posts and feed.
Design in Context.
Design your blog in real-time, as it appears
on your website. No need for previews.
CMS users may edit freely in Content Mode,
updating their blog without affecting your design.
Set your clients up for success in search
with advanced SEO options.
We’re really happy to share this feature with you so take a look, play around and design away.
Looking forward to your feedback!
I agree with Melissa, for both the blog and the content search bar. I wonder is there an easy way to add a third party blog until you guys develop an integrated one?
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.
Brilliant idea!! I have at least two clients who would love that.