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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 :)

    sameer commented  · 

    Really looking forward to this. Obviously you realize that you'd bring a fantastic app-building experience for services businesses.

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    Hi Everyone,

    We have some exciting news. New buttons are now available in the Studio with rollover states and multiple animations and transition effects.

    Not only do you have dozens of buttons to choose from, you are also able to customize the color, text and effects of the states to fit your design needs.

    You can find these buttons in the Elements Panel under the Buttons drop-down and simply drag and drop them onto the canvas.

    For more information on the new buttons: http://goo.gl/kE6A4F

    Please try them and tell us what you think.

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    Hi Sammer,

    Thanks for the feedback

    As for now, you can edit the menu fill properties.

    You may use color, stroke and shadows, as well as using an image as a button.

    You may also set different properties (and images) for each button state (mouse hover, selected button…)

    As for using a different images for each menu button (“sequenced”), this would really bring total freedom of design.

    Hopefully, this feature will gather enough votes, so it will be moved to the top of the priority list for the development team.

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