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    Anonymous commented  · 

    COME ON WEBYDO....so many things that need to be done. ;) Please.

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    Already Available  ·  Ella responded

    Hi Donavyyn,

    Webydo is a non-coding platform, so instead of editing the CSS using cod – the CSS is automatically generated while you are designing.

    You can set up color swatches in the “Site Presets” section, and use them on different elements. This will have the same effect as a CSS file, meaning that if you change the colour in the “Site Presets” it will change accordingly for all elements it was used on.

    Text elements work in a CSS-based form as well, when you save styles and apply them to different text on the site and when a style changes, it applies the change to all text elements using the same style.

    Anonymous commented  · 

    I agree...I wish their was an advanced feature that would allow you to edit and make changes directly to the code. I also wish you could get a link to the CSS file so that you can use it elsewhere...like on external widgets etc.

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