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    We have just released a new feature we call “Revision History”, and it allows you to go back in time…

    In the your site studio, you can now preview older versions and changes made to your website and recover the version you like best.

    - Every change is auto-saved
    - Go back in time endlessly
    - See who made changes and when
    - Preview site versions before restoring

    Reverting your site does not eliminate other versions – we auto-save everything for your convenience.

    How to work it

    1. Open the Webydo Studio
    2. Click the Revision History Icon on the top right menu to enter Revision History View Mode.
    3. Click the timestamp in the panel on the left to see previous versions and editing details.
    4. To revert your site to the version you’re currently viewing, click Restore this revision.

    5. Click the X icon to exit Revision History…

    Erika commented  · 

    Yes please. I just lost a bunch of work because Webydo deleted some shapes for no reason and I can't go back in revisions and get them.

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    We have just finished the production process of the “Pin Position” feature!

    It will allow you to keep your most important elements on the screen when scrolling through your website.

    After you pin the position of an element, it will appear as if it is “floating” on the site.

    From fixed menus to headers and side bars, there are endless inspiring examples of how to use fixed elements.

    So please check it out, and tell us how it feels.

    We hope you like it!

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    We have just released the Lightbox Element. It allows you to create a button that will display any web page in a popup window, dimming out the background of the page on which it is located.

    Where to find it:
    In the Studio’s Elements Panel, open the “Gallery” category, and just drag & drop the “Lightbox” Element onto your canvas.

    Hope you like it!

    Erika commented  · 

    Agree, a next and previous button would be excellent. In addition, I've had issues with images not sizing correctly.

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    This feature has been improved and expanded, in order to provide a more comprehensive solution for both studios and agencies.

    This will allow designers to custom-brand Webydo’s interface and present it to their clients as their own.

    We are constantly adding more and more custom-branding abilities to Webydo.

    You are granted with your own log-in page, displaying your own logo, so your clients will be able to log-in directly to their websites, in order to manage content, without having to go through Webydo at all.

    Branding is a key element for any designer. Whether you own a large company or you are a freelancer, your brand is your identity.

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    Thanks for the idea.

    This is already available. Select the image and then. on the right properties panel, play with the “Fitting” options.

    These options will remain even if you or your CMS user change the image later on.

    Erika commented  · 

    This would be especially helpful in the collections.

    Erika commented  · 

    That's not quite what I meant. So far, you have a couple settings:
    - Original size
    - Fit to Width
    - Fit to Height
    - Stretch
    -Pattern

    What I was suggesting combines the fit to height and fit to width into one function, separately. Whichever dimension is larger takes precedence.

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    Thanks Amee for your idea!

    If you wish to use Paypal’s payment buttons for that, you may easily integrate them in your Webydo site.

    Visit the links I will post here, and copy the code for your preferred purchasing button.

    Then you should head back to Webydo, choose the HTML Widget and paste the code inside it.

    Buttons for donations:
    https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/?cmd=_donate-intro-outside

    Paypal buttons for single purchases:
    https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_singleitem-intro-outside

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    Erika commented  · 

    Really want to see this happen. This is pretty much the only thing [other than self-hosting] keeping me from switching to Webydo. But why has this gone from "Started" back to "Planned"?

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