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      51 comments  ·  Participate, Vote!  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      Completed  ·  SivanSivan responded

      Hi everyone,

      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.

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        3 comments  ·  Participate, Vote!  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

        Thanks Eric for the good feedback!

        1. Repeat on “Some” Pages – This is planned. Great Idea.

        2. Grouping – This is already available, just select a couple of elements and you will then see a “Group Elements” button on the top menu.

        3. Lock Elements – great idea! Also planned.

        4. For this reason, Webydo partnered with Akamai to deliver your website through a Content Delivery Network (CDN) which is a large network of servers placed across the world.

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