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    Have you tried the FAQ widget?

    The FAQ widgets allows you to create, organize and display content on any page.

    Just enter Questions and Answers in the Content menu, then edit Design settings to match your site.
    Include images, videos, and links. And choose between expandable accordion style, or display a single answer on click.

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    Hian commented  · 

    In addition to removing old styles, is there the possibility to order styles alphabetically or better to order styles by moving them like in Pages.

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    Regarding the “Hamburger” menu, this should be ready in a matter of days. It is currently undergoing test by our QA team, and they are making sure we don’t release it until it’s absolutely ready.

    States and buttons are coming soon too. I’ll give more info regarding that as soon as I can.

    Thanks!

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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…

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    Hian commented  · 

    Hi Nir,
    You probably know http://www.dudamobile.com/ ? Building a mobile site with them looks like a cinch. I would love webydo to have the same or better functionalities for designing mobile sites. . .

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    Thanks T.J. for your great idea!

    We will gather as much feedback as we can on this feature.

    When we have all the info we need, we will send it to production.

    Lets see what the community thinks about the idea. As our development plan is based on the community’s votes, we will be watching the vote count on this one too.

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    Thanks for the feedback, this is a good idea.
    We will review it.

    Let’s see what the community has to say.

    By the way, for each site in your Dashboard, you have the following information: “Date Created”, “Last Updated” and “Last Published”.

    Try and see if for now this is helpful.

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    I wanted to let you know we have just released our new text editor.

    Our robust new Text Editor offers smarter and faster text editing, accurate typography, quick styles settings and cleaner code generation, complying with the latest W3C standards.

    Customizing Typography Is Now Easier Than Ever:

    The New Text Styles Properties Panel allows you to customize typography with tools such as Text Indent, Letter Spacing, Line Height, Uppercase Paragraph Margins and more. Select your fonts from an extensive list of 600+ NEW Google Web Fonts, and easily apply colors using the new enhanced Color Picker.

    Applying Text Styles Throughout Your Website:

    The new Text Styles window allows you to quickly set various typography styles. With just one click you can efficiently apply, reuse or change the text styles throughout your website.

    For more info, check out the tutorial video:
    http://participate.webydo.com/knowledgebase/articles/174197-the-text-element

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    Hian commented  · 

    Could you refine kerning more?
    Now it is in steps of 1, 2, 3 . . .
    In between steps would help greatly. Perhaps in percentages like you already do for leading.

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    Your Requested Parallax Scrolling Animator Is Here!

    Now, you can create parallax scrolling sites with a pixel perfect accuracy, without writing a single line of code. With this special scrolling technique, you can create beautiful animation by having elements move individually when the user scrolls. It’s a great way to engage viewers through visual storytelling.

    The Parallax Scrolling Animator is available inside your Webydo Studio, integrated seamlessly into all the other features. Just choose the element you want to animate and right click on it. Select “Add Parallax Animation” and set your motion path.

    We’ve put up together this smashing, short video tutorial for tips on how to create an inspiring parallax scrolling site: https://vimeo.com/103309988

    It was an exciting feature to work on. Motivated by your suggestions and feedback, our team was dedicated to developing the Parallax Scrolling Animator for you.

    I’m dying to hear your thoughts about it and…

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    Hian commented  · 

    I would love to see parallax scrolling for real; one of the reasons I was sold on Webydo.

    It is a 'reality' in the video tutorial - now live please!!

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    Hian commented  · 

    In the Layers Window: it would be helpful to have the same functionality as in Photoshop layers. As others already mentioned:
    - renaming layers
    - moving 1 layer
    - moving a cluster of layers with and without needing to group
    - e.g. moving layer A below layer B would mean that on the canvas layer B comes above layer A

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