I would like to put forward a suggestion which is although quite simple, it's also very beneficial to Weebly users and the visitors to their websites likewise.
Currently, users have the limited option to place 'Sections' above or below another Section only. I thought that it would also be great if we could place them to the right or left of existing Sections as well.
This would create more of a dynamic experience for visitors and enable Weebly users to display more content in a convenient, compact space.
Can we get blog categories to display under each post? For example, like this forum where all the categories I've tagged display under the post so I can click to see other posts tagged with the same.
I would also like this option combined with the option to not have them all displayed along the side so when I'm tagging recipes I don't have 100 categories along the side and instead just have the categories tagged shown under the specific post.
Hello! I would like to see better page break options on blog posts. I like the uniform look on some blogging platforms that allow you to give just a snippet of a paragraph or sentence. With Weebly, I'm forced to break between drag and drop items. This doesn't allow me to show less than a full paragraph, which could be of varying lengths or my other option is to break a paragraph which then adds a space in publishing. This would be a nice feature to see!
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I often need to public on my websites project with deadlines or goals, so I think it could be nice to have a tool that can easily create and update timelines (vertical or horizontal), like those who find there: css-timelines without use html code directly.
It could be nice insert, into steps: videos, photo, link and so on.
on 03-13-201705:10 AM - last edited on 03-13-201709:56 AM by Adam
Thanks for having such an easy-to-use CMS!
I wish, once you've uploaded a photo, that you could access it on weebly again through a sort of image library of our uploaded photos. There are times, where even though I have previously uploaded a photo, if I want to reuse it elsewhere on the same site, I have to upload it again. Or if I want to switch back to an old photo, it's not available to me through Weebly, I must upload it again.
I would love the contact form to have an option or an automatic feature where whatever information entered is automatically sent back to the original poster's email for their records, not just to the website owner. It would be great if the actual TEXT in option boxes was included too rather than just the numbers... ie. 1, 2, 3, 4.
on 05-18-201608:01 AM - last edited on 05-18-201610:03 AM by NickyLimes
I have been waiting and waiting for this. When, oh when, will Weebly make this possible?? It is SO fundamental. Having to edit each element one at a time is extremely time-consuming. I have made at least 5 requests for it--2 by this feature request, and a few by phone. I notice that several other folks would like it, too, as there was at least one other post for it.
Seems to me it would work for several types of sites. Ours, for example, is a non-profit pet rescue organization, and we are constantly posting animals for adoption. As more pets are posted, some get deleted because they are adopted, and some need to be moved to a different spot on the page. I cringe every time this happens, which is very often. I am to the point where I am looking elsewhere for a company that has that feature. PLEASE make this happen soon! Thank you.
It would be GREAT to have a NEW element that would make a full screen section and allow us to control the background as a solid color, as an image, or as a transparent piece. Then allow us to drag other elements inside this as needed. Having control of the element section padding would be the topper. here are some samples of what i am mentioning
Here is a sample - it goes from the main wrap with 3 columns- to a full screen semi transparent with BG image and allows for other elements to be added in....
Thank you for your consideration on this one and i hope it gets a LOT of votes. This is a HUGE difference with Wordpress and would once again level the playing field if we had this valuable feature.- Thank you for your consideration- Jim Beck
on 01-19-201703:41 AM - last edited on 01-19-201708:54 AM by Adam
When resizing an image on the old editor, you could see the height and width that was being assigned to the image in the corner. Now there is no such feature, and it makes it very difficult to resize several images to the same dimensions, instead having to do it by eye. Ideally, one would be able to input the width and/or height as a pixel value, but the old way of adjusting it until the values were correct would also work better than the current system.