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    Hi Daniel,
    You can resize each page according to your needs. Here is how you do it:
    On any page, drag the content marker down the length you desire.
    Go to another page and do the same.
    Now Both pages will have individual heights.

    I hope that help, Please contact us if you have more questions: support@webydo.com

    alana commented  · 

    Hey Christopher!

    Make sure you are using the CONTENT guide and not the footer guide to change the size of your pages.

    The footer is setup to be the same height on every page in your website, but the content section can vary per page.

    If you are still having trouble, please reach out to our Support team via email support@webydo.com or open a ticket through your dashboard.

    Alana
    Head of Support

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    Under Review  ·  Ella responded

    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…

    alana commented  · 

    Hello,

    The instructions above still work. If you are having trouble with it, feel free to watch this video from one of our webinars or email support@webydo.com for help.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDIHfIxDU1c

    - Alana

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    alana commented  · 

    Hello Zac,

    Please send these screenshots to support@webydo.com so we can investigate the error you are receiving.
    It looks like the images are not loading properly on your browser.

    When you send us the email, please also include the SID and Browser and Version you are using so we can properly check the issue.

    Thank you.

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    Already Available  ·  Ella responded

    Hi Eimantas,

    You can fix elements position by using the “Pin Position” feature. It allows you to keep your most important elements on the screen when scrolling through your website.

    This is how you do it: right-click an element and select “Pin Position”. After you pin the position of the element, it will appear as if it is “floating” on the site.

    alana commented  · 

    Hello Zac,

    The post by Anonymous, was relating to parallax and pinned headers, which is actually possible code free by only using parallax. We did a Weby'nar on the subject a few months ago:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EvH5OnbLosY&t=47s&index=4&list=PLvuZVe7AbWQsHAdXfqwQk34nFcXUeqM_L

    If you are looking to create a different kind of menu, it can be added with code using our HTML element.

    Additionally, if you can send us an example (to support@webydo.com) we can help you find something.

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    Thanks for the ideas, I will add them to the roadmap.

    By the way, aligning an element to the horizontal center of the site is possible. A green guide will appear when you drag an element through the middle of your page.

    alana commented  · 

    Hello Merone,

    We have now added in a new feature, it's called the Automatic Layout Tool. You can use this to center elements in your studio.

    What you need to do:

    1. Open the Automatic Layout Tool (located in the top center of your studio, just left of the mobile breakpoints)
    2. Select the element you want to center
    3. Make sure columns is set to 1, then click Reorder Layout

    That's it :)
    3.

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    alana commented  · 

    Hello Carly,

    My name is Alana and I am the head of the support team. I looked into this issue but I was not able to re-create it. When testing the studio in both Safari and Chrome there were no issues with the Revision History icon.

    Can you please send me an e-mail with some more information?

    What browser and version did you test this in?
    What is the account you were logged into?
    What is the SID?

    Thank you. You can send this to support@webydo.com

    Alana
    The Webydo Team
    Support & Training Manager

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    Hi everyone.
    It seems that the development of HTML removal will be delayed, as other features with higher votes are being developed first.

    Keep voting for this idea in order to ensure it will be added to the development plans as soon as possible.

    alana commented  · 

    Hello Peter,

    I don't have an update for you yet. As soon as we do we will let you know.

    Keep checking back and voting for the ideas most important to you.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

    alana commented  · 

    Hello Robert,

    We still do not have an update regarding this idea.
    A change like this will require a complete system update and cross-platform change.
    We will keep everybody posted as soon as this ability is developed.

    Thank you for your patience

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    We are excited to announce that we have just finished the development process of “Anchor Links” (the ability to add links to a specific part in the same page).

    We also added smoothness to the anchor links scrolling.

    This feature had many designer votes and was inspired by your requests.

    How to create an anchor link:
    Choose any element you want, click “Edit” and select “Set as Anchor Link”.
    You may now link to it as you would do with any other link.

    That’s it…

    Enjoy!

    alana commented  · 

    Alicia and Marianna,

    Thanks for this great suggestion.

    I will pass it on to our development team.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    Completed  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi everyone,

    We want to let you know that we have a new feature: Page Visibility.

    This new feature lets you control the visibility of each page on your website.
    In the Webydo Studio, you can define any page as public, private or password protected.

    Public: visible to everyone (default setting).
    Private: visible only in the Webydo Studio.
    Password Protected: visible only upon entering a username and password (these values remain the same regardless of page).

    How It Works:
    Go to the Pages & Navigation window.
    Choose the page you wish to edit.
    Click the Settings Icon.
    Under Visibility choose: Public, Private or Password Protected (for this option you must enter a username and password).
    Click OK and Publish.

    Thank you for the feedback, if you have more questions please contact our support team.

    alana commented  · 

    Thank you for your comments.

    We are working very hard to get this feature ready for you.

    Check back for updates, and we will let you know once it's ready!

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    alana commented  · 

    Hello,

    With the release of the responsive studio, you should have a lot more control over each of your elements in mobile view's including galleries.

    My best suggestion for you is to duplicate your matrix gallery for your mobile site and that way you can edit it and make any changes you want to it without worrying about it changing your desktop site.

    If you need assistance please contact support@webydo.com
    We're here to help.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    alana commented  · 

    Hello,

    Thank you for the comments. We are still gathering feedback on this idea.

    We hope more people in the community will vote for this feature and that we will be able to add it onto our roadmap.

    Keep voting for ideas that are important to you.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    alana commented  · 

    Thank you Peter!

    That is very helpful!

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    Hi Norhafiz,
    Thanks for the feedback!

    We are currently developing many new features for the gallery slider element.

    One of them is the option to make it fit to the background of the site.

    Hopefully this will be ready in a couple of days.

    alana commented  · 

    Hello,

    We are still working on the full page slider.

    As for video, we have updated our video element and you can now set videos to be fit to width!

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    Exciting news – we just beta launched the Blog Feature.
    Start designing by selecting “Blog” in the top menu of the Studio.

    Here’s a preview of what’s under the hood:

    Full Creative Control.
    You design the look & feel of all aspects
    of your clients’ blog posts and feed.

    Design in Context.
    Design your blog in real-time, as it appears
    on your website. No need for previews.

    In-Line Editing.
    CMS users may edit freely in Content Mode,
    updating their blog without affecting your design.

    SEO Optimized.
    Set your clients up for success in search
    with advanced SEO options.

    We’re really happy to share this feature with you so take a look, play around and design away.
    Looking forward to your feedback!

    alana commented  · 

    Peter and Mike,

    Allowing clients to comment or post blog posts is not possible with the articles element. However you can easily add in a comment widget like we have on our blog page.

    If you prefer Wordpress blogs, you can also embed that using the widget element.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

    alana commented  · 

    Hello,

    I don't have an update quite yet. But as soon as we do we will let you know :)

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    Completed  ·  Sivan responded

    Hi everyone,

    We want to let you know that we have a new feature: Page Visibility.

    This new feature lets you control the visibility of each page on your website.
    In the Webydo Studio, you can define any page as public, private or password protected.

    Public: visible to everyone (default setting).
    Private: visible only in the Webydo Studio.
    Password Protected: visible only upon entering a username and password (these values remain the same regardless of page).

    How It Works:
    Go to the Pages & Navigation window.
    Choose the page you wish to edit.
    Click the Settings Icon.
    Under Visibility choose: Public, Private or Password Protected (for this option you must enter a username and password).
    Click OK and Publish.

    Thank you for the feedback, if you have more questions please contact our support team.

    alana commented  · 

    Thank you for the comments.

    We are still working on adding in the password protected feature.

    Please check back for updates.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    alana commented  · 

    Thanks Peter for the instructions on how to create a multi-language site yourself.

    You can also view the video Nir posted above.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    alana commented  · 

    Thanks Thomas!

    Yes, you can link text to an e-mail just as he described.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    alana commented  · 

    Thank you for your comments.

    We are still gathering feedback on this suggestion.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    Under Review  ·  19 comments  ·  Participate, Vote!  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    alana commented  · 

    Hello,

    We are still working on adding in the eye dropper feature and seeing when we will be able to add it into the Webydo studio.

    For now, you can set your colors in Site Presets. You can set your 6 main site colors so you don't need to look them up or screen print for each time you set a color.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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    Hi Eitan,
    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…

    alana commented  · 

    Thank you for the comment.

    We hope we will be able to add this to our road map.

    Keep sharing your ideas with us! We're always looking for ways to improve.

    Alana,
    The Webydo Team

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