Thanks for the feedback Frank!
You do have the ability to copy and paste elements between pages.
We know there are some bugs regarding the this ability, and we are working to fix them as soon as possible.Anonymous commented
Can see this request was 10 months ago, so thinking the bugs must be out and I am missing something in how to do this ... please point to the instructions for doing page to page cut and paste. Have just started with moving over a couple of larger sites and not interested in reformatting the text on each page such as it is now.
Thanks for the idea.
This feature is planned and will soon be available.
I wanted to let you know we have just released our new text editor.
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652 votesAnonymous commented
Bring on the eyedropper please .... very quick and time saving for color and tone duplications. Never realized how much I used it on last program until migrating over to Webydo.
Thank you for the good idea!
Adding CAPTCHA (an acronym for Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart") to the forms seems like the natural next step.
Thanks for the good feedback, we hope this feature’s development will be encouraged by the community’s voting.
Keep sharing your ideas with us! Things are getting more and more exciting here…
You can now fully customize your own 404 Error page.
Tip: Design an appealing message on your 404 page so visitors will understand what happened and what they can do next.
You can see ours here.
How to work it?
- For new sites: When you create a new site, a “404 Error page” will be part of your page list so you’ll be able to fully design it just like any other page.
- For existing sites: In your Studio’s “Pages” menu, create a new page and make sure that the URL property is set to www.yoursite.com/404.html
What do you think?