Is this what you want, Phil?
Made with Webydo...
But it's a fact: Webydo has quite a few "ready in a couple of days"... all dating from 2013...
Raj, is THIS what you mean?
Because I did it with Webydo... :-)
If so: glad to tell you how...
Couple of DAYS, you said???
We have asked the support team to reach out and see the issues you are having, in order to fix them.
Thanks for the idea!
exists for Firefox as well, but Xebydo doesn't seem to like Firefox that much...
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.
Sivan?? "Stick with us"??
Webydo is not perfect. Nothing is.
But Webydo is still BY FAR the best thing that happened to me, webdesign-wise...
So no worries: you'll never get rid of me, even if you wanted to... ;-)
Using a "menu" to get roll-over effect has been explained here over a year ago...
"We are working on it." has been told us several times too...
WHEN will Webydo DELIVER??
Same for automated mobile optimization... Was promised for october 2015...
And here's an example:
Both left menu, right menu and contact button.
Nothing extremely fancy, but it works.
might be helpful.
Free and easy to use.
Create a button, text box, icon, even a menu.
Step by step.
Next copy the code, and put in in a html-widget.
If you need extra help, let me know.
Is this date correct?? "the last stages"?
April 15, 2013
We are currently in the last stages of planning the “States” feature.
Hopefully it will be developed and released as soon as possible.
It’s a great idea, although considering Webydo’s browser-based structure implementing it might be complex. We would love to hear more from our community about this one.
they are always in my way...
Most professional webdesigners use 2 or 3 screens, would make things A LOT easier
Thank you for this suggestion. We have been researching these features ourselves, and your feedback will probably upvote them in our roadmap.
any updates on this feature?
Hi Greg, thanks for the idea!
I would recommend to use our widget tool to embed a 3rd party hotel booking solution.
Thanks for the feedback, this is a good idea.
We will review it.
Let’s see what the community has to say.
Thanks for the feedback!
Hope you like it!
It seems this slider allows you to generate an “Html” code after publish.
Try and take the code and paste it in our “Widget” element to have your gallery in your site.
A search box is now available along with group of other new third party plugins that can be easily dragged and dropped directly onto your canvas. Ranging from chat windows to social media bars and eCommerce buttons, these are just some of the latest additions to the Elements Panel in the Webydo Studio.
Please try them and tell us what you think, thanks for all the feedback.
I've been working with another online builder for a couple of years, where I had to search for a couple of workarounds too... Or widgets, if thta's what it's called. :-)
I really don't care to SHARE them, for free. (I spent a couple of years to find them and learn how to properly use and implement them.)
Just post here what you need, and I'll be happy to assist if possible.
Posting each and every one here at once, with a brief explanation or tutorial would take me a couple of days... No time for that, sorry.
You now have next to each SEO field, a tool tip with information.
Declares the primary natural language(s) of the document.
May be used by search engines to categorize by language.
<META HTTP-EQUIV="CONTENT-LANGUAGE" CONTENT="en-US">
Where several user-agents are recognized in the robots.txt file,
Google will follow the most specific. If you want all of Google to be able
to crawl your pages, you don't need a robots.txt file at all.
This helps you to better target your international/multilingual audience through:
<link rel=”alternate” hreflang="a-different-language" href="http://url-of-the-different-language-page" />
Google Search returns the most relevant and useful sites in response to a user query.
For that reason, the results shown to a user in Ireland
can vary from the results returned to a user in France.
If your site has a generic top-level domain, such as .com or .org, and targets users
in a particular geographic location, you can provide Google with information
to help determine how your site appears in the search results.
If your site has a country-coded top-level domain (such as .be) it is already associated
with a geographic region (in this example, Belgium).
In this case, you won't need/be able to specify a geographic location.
I THINK it's content-related (adult content),
but I can't find any relevant information.
A copyright statement.
<META NAME="COPYRIGHT" CONTENT="© 2015 Peter Noblesse">
It may sound obvious, but if you want to rank for a certain set of keywords,
but Google doesn't even see those keyword phrases on your website,
then ranking for those phrases will be difficult.
Verify that Google detected the same phrases you believe are of high importance.
Login to webmaster tools, select your verified site,
and choose Page analysis from the Statistics tab.
Here, under "Common words in your site's content,"
Google lists the phrases detected from your site's content in order of prevalence.
If you're missing important phrases, you should first review your content.
While Google encourages the use, it's not required.
If you don't indicate a canonical URL,
Google identifies what it thinks to be the best version or URL.
Still I strongly suggest to Set your preferred domain:
Tell Google which version of your site's URL you prefer for your domain:
If you set your preferred domain as http://example.com,
Google treats links to http://www.example.com
exactly the same as links to http://example.com.
The author's name.
<META NAME="AUTHOR" CONTENT="Peter Noblesse">
google conversion code (id + label)
This free tool in AdWords can show you what happens after customers click on your ad
(for example, whether they purchased your product, called from a mobile phone,...).
AND HERE IS PART 2
Google site verification
is explained in
Since chat support DOES NOT seem to have the appropriate information,
(The answer was: "I’m so sorry but we do not offer support regarding this issue - I’d advise you to please contact an SEO expert for assistance.")
I'd like to get this thing started...
Did some research this weekend,I'll post all that I found.
If some of you could help, only by pointing out HOW to fill in the SEO- fields , it would be VERY much appreciated...
(for example: "Content - language": should we simply fill the field with "en-US", or with "<META HTTP-EQUIV="CONTENT-LANGUAGE" CONTENT="en-US">" ??
Here we go:
Provides a hint about how frequently the page is likely to change. Valid values are:
always. Use for pages that change every time they are accessed.
never. (Use this value for archived URLs)
(similar to "revisit after")
Describes the priority of a URL relative to all the other URLs on the site.
This priority can range from 1.0 (extremely important) to 0.1 (not important at all).
Note that the priority tag does not affect your site ranking in Google search results.
Priority values are only considered relative to other pages on your site
so, assigning a high priority (or specifying the same priority for all URLs)
will NOT boost your entire site search ranking.
indicates, when a spider can re-index your site.
depends on how often you change the content.
so, if you change once a month, you should use
<meta name="revisit-after" content="1 month">
You can use a special HTML <META> tag to tell robots
not to index the content of a page, and/or not scan it for links to follow.
Like any <META> tag it should be placed in the HEAD section of an HTML page.
You should put it in every page on your site,
because a robot can encounter a deep link to any page on your site.
Valid values for the "CONTENT" attribute are: "INDEX", "NOINDEX", "FOLLOW", "NOFOLLOW".
Multiple comma-separated values are allowed,
but obviously only some combinations make sense.
If there is no robots <META> tag, the default is "INDEX,FOLLOW",
so there's no need to spell that out. That leaves:
<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, FOLLOW">
<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="INDEX, NOFOLLOW">
<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW">
This directive indicates cached information should not be used
and instead requests should be forwarded to the origin server.
This directive has the same semantics as the CACHE-CONTROL:
NO-CACHE directive and is provided for backwards compatibility with HTTP/1.0.
<META HTTP-EQUIV="PRAGMA" CONTENT="NO-CACHE">
In addition to the ROBOTS META Command above, Google supports a GOOGLEBOT command.
With it, you can tell Google that you do not want the page archived,
but allow other search engines to do so. If you specify this command,
Google will not save the page and the page will be unavailable via its cache.
See Google's FAQ.
<META NAME="GOOGLEBOT" CONTENT="NOARCHIVE">
Thanks for the idea Peter,
You are absolutely right, it is really not “fun” moving all your elements like that.
We are looking for solutions for this issue, and I hope the right solution will be found and developed ASAP.
We will keep you updated on this for any news.
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.
Is there a solution yet? It's a recurring question...
Thanks for the idea!
I know, there is no “auto-translate website” yet, but I think this tutorial might help a little:
Pretty easy to solve now, isn't it?
■ First, create your site COMPLETELY in one language.
■ Next, duplicate each page
■ Reorganise the pages and subpages
■ Put two ( or three, four,...) "flag" icons or images, somewhere in the header
■ Edit - repeat on all pages
■ Link the icons to the approriate page
Thanks for the idea Peter!
As for now, you may upload files using the text editor link.
Having the same ability for the rest of the elements is very important, and we surely improve the design experience. Thanks!
We will add it to our “to-do” list.
Hi, thanks for the idea.
Should be sweet to have control over the page transitions!
As our development plan is based on the community’s votes, we will be watching the vote count on this one too.