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    This is already available.

    Under the “My Branding” tab on the dashboard, there is a section called “Publish Sites Under Your Own Domain Name”.

    This will allow you to connect your own domain name and publish sites under your own name.
    Instead of publishing sites under Webydo’s sub-domain like this: site123.webydo.com,
    publish your sites under your own domain, like this: site123.yourowndomain.com.

    JMb commented  · 

    That actually doesn't do what I was suggesting alas, according to your Olivia

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    We are happy to announce that you may now export a site created with Webydo.
    By doing so, you will download a file containing all the site’s pages and media.

    How To Do It:
    In the Dashboard, click the “Settings” icon next to the desired site, and click “Download Website As A Zip Backup File.”

    Have fun!

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    We are happy to announce that you may now export a site created with Webydo.
    By doing so, you will download a file containing all the site’s pages and media.

    How To Do It:
    In the Dashboard, click the “Settings” icon next to the desired site, and click “Download Website As A Zip Backup File.”

    Have fun!

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    We are living in a multi-screen era and following your votes, our team worked day and night to develop a code-free responsive editor with the pixel-perfect accuracy you demanded.

    This revolutionary editor lets you create
    advanced responsive sites with:

    Pixel Perfect Precision:
    Scale and adapt your sites’ design to fit all screens and devices, with full control over every element position down to the pixel.

    Code-Free Breakpoints:
    Enjoy complete control over your site’s layouts, content, navigation, and functionality across all platforms using code-free breakpoints.

    Total Design Flexibility:
    Decide which design elements to add, delete, or replace in each site version in order to optimize your clients’ sites for better mobile user experience.

    Adaptive Text Styles:
    Modify your typography to best fit all screens and devices.

    Automatic Image Optimization:
    Every image is optimized to best fit the screens of your site’s visitors.

    Unified Management:
    Efficiently manage all your site’s versions in…

    JMb commented  · 

    I too would like to see this, not the mobile conversion tool which needs tweaking (actually didnt work when i published and looked at the site on mobile, no background?)

    What I'd love is fully responsive layouts that scale and reposition images and text when the browser window is reduced in size (i.e and therefore on a tablet mobile). I'm reliably informed something such is on its way? hope that's true!

    Keep up the excellent work webydo :)

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    JMb commented  · 

    Yes just use Colorzilla or similar browser extension for FF or chrome

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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…

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