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    We think so too!

    This is already planned, so we will let you know how and when this feature rolls out.

    Hopefully, this feature will gather enough votes, so it will be moved to the top of the priority list for the development team.

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    We’re happy to announce that the brand new mobile/tablet editor is now available for all users!

    With the new editor, you can fine tune your mobile/tablet version of your website using the various customization options. These options allow you to change the scale of items, move features around, hide content and change the overall design of the mobile/tablet website, to provide as great an experience on mobile as possible.

    Edit content from just one place!

    Changes made by the CMS users to the content on the desktop version of these sites are reflected within the mobile versions as well.
    This means that your content manager will continue editing the site as he always did.

    The mobile editor is now available in beta mode.

    So please, feel free to send us as much feedback as you can, so we can continue to add more features to it.

    Hope you will like…

    Laurie commented  · 

    I've tried this feature and basically your just re-building the site all over again 3 more times, tablet, mobile portrait and landscape.

    Yes, you have total control, but it would take weeks on a large site.

    Certainly has me thinking of using another platform or going back to hand-coding.

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    Laurie commented  · 

    I've tried this fit to width and it doesn't work properly. If you resize the browser window or view your site in an iphone/ipod emulator. The shapes get pushed in from the left.

    The only way round it, is to add a horizontal repeating graphic on the background page. Great if you only need one and it's in the same position on every page.

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    Hi Everyone,

    We have some exciting news. New buttons are now available in the Studio with rollover states and multiple animations and transition effects.

    Not only do you have dozens of buttons to choose from, you are also able to customize the color, text and effects of the states to fit your design needs.

    You can find these buttons in the Elements Panel under the Buttons drop-down and simply drag and drop them onto the canvas.

    For more information on the new buttons: http://goo.gl/kE6A4F

    Please try them and tell us what you think.

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    Laurie commented  · 

    I think he means when the mouse hovers over text, it can change colour and after clicking it, the active state can also be another colour.

    Yes it's a must feature, I don't know why it isn't already available, it's standard mouse click html.

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    Hi Laurie, thanks for the feedback.

    The “0” point is always set on top of the page’s left divider. This way, the right divider is set beneath the “960px” point.

    Your page is defined between these two points, in the middle of the browser.

    If you want your site to be set to the left of the browser, you can set that on the site’s properties option. This will also make the “0” point to be at the far left, always.

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    Laurie commented  · 

    Yes, this would be a useful feature

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    Laurie commented  · 

    I would also desperately like to see this feature. PLEASE!!!

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    Laurie commented  · 

    I absolutely love webydo but the exclusion of an image rollover!?

    An image rollover is a great effect, imaging a fashion photo showing the front of a garment and the rollover shows the back of the garment.

    If this page was built using Webydo, how was the shadow under 'Create Your FREE Site >' done. It looks to me as it's an image rollover, which isn't available.

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    We’re happy to announce that you now have the ability to add your own code to any section (including the “Head” section) of your Webydo sites.

    You may add and edit the code in all the site’s sections in order to have full control of your site, and to be able to easily embed widgets that need code to be added to different sections of a page.

    You may also add code to your site’s CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) document, if you wish to do so.

    In order to add/edit code, in the studio, click on the “Pages” link on the top menu. Next to each of your site’s pages, you will find the “Add Code” option.

    Hope you like it :)

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    Laurie commented  · 

    It doesn't work. You also need to place code in between the <head> and </head>

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    Hi Nathan,

    Great thinking! Lets hear from the rest of our community, and prioritise the development of a designated feature according to it. In the meantime, you can achieve this functionality using a simple hack:

    Step 1: Publish your site and navigate to the page you’d like to link to

    Step 2: Find the target element you’d like to use as an anchor link and highlight it

    Step 4: Right-click your mouse and select “Inspect Elements” (Chrome & Firefox) and find the element name (div ID), separated by quotation marks from the code. A typical name would be innerImage45__Image45, innerText32__Text32 etc.

    Step 4: Create a new Url combining the page full URL followed by # and the div ID. A typical URL would be http://domainname.com/#innerImage62__Image62

    Step 5: Add link to your menu, define it as “External Link” and link it to the URL you have created

    If you need any…

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    Hi Everyone,

    We have some exciting news. New buttons are now available in the Studio with rollover states and multiple animations and transition effects.

    Not only do you have dozens of buttons to choose from, you are also able to customize the color, text and effects of the states to fit your design needs.

    You can find these buttons in the Elements Panel under the Buttons drop-down and simply drag and drop them onto the canvas.

    For more information on the new buttons: http://goo.gl/kE6A4F

    Please try them and tell us what you think.

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