That’s a sweat tweak to one of our most popular elements. Let’s turn to our community to hear what people have to say about this one.
By the way, we have just started the development process of our enhanced galleries, and they’ll be packed with additional options, transitions, layouts and much more. We will inform you all about it’s predicted launch date.
Enhancing the responsive feature by adding breakpoints and enabling their adjustment is a great idea.
Promoting it depends on our community votes and comment. So let’s see how our users will respond to this idea.
100% site Width option - The Ability to have a desktop view of the site take up 100% of the USERS monitor instead of having a static (Pixel width) site that leaves most users in this day and age with massive blank areas on each side of the BODY - This is available on other platforms such as wordpress and WIX, and portfoliobox - It is an essential feature that we need integrating as the industry moves forward.
Thanks for reaching out!
In the last couple of weeks, we made significant improvements to Elements’ selection and movements in the Studio.
I would really like to know if you feel the difference. Please let us know by commenting to this post.
This would be incredible. I work within a small team of designers that use webydo from the same account and you can really notice how SLOW the system is when theres just 2 people working on it. Im talking click on element, 8 seconds later it becomes selected. Not great when your trying to get in the zone and smash through a project.
We all love webydo and for alot of us it is like working in photoshop, the only thing missing is the Eyedropper tool! We would all love to be able to select colours for parts of the site using the content that already exists, As it stands a lot of us are constantly "Print screening" then opening in photoshop to use THEIR eyedropper tool to get the colour hex. Long winded and frustrating.
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…
We need a captcha guys! Spam is ever on the increase and it is getting through your forms!