on 01-02-201702:38 PM - last edited on 01-02-201703:06 PM by Adam
When the people at Weebly updated the image editor, they dropped the option of adding and layering extra images in the image editor. This means in my case that I have to prepare my images in Photoshop before uploading, which takes extra time, and can only be done when I'm editing with my PC.
Athough the old image editor was a bit slow, it had much better features: a larger 'canvas'; the ability to resize images, and the ability to upload and layer multiple images to create new pictures.
Please add these really convenient features back into the image editor.
on 05-23-201608:46 AM - last edited on 05-27-201612:06 PM by Erin
Whether it is through lightbox or a gallery image, once the user opens the enlarged graphic it would be very nice to have a zoom feature. Whether it is a +/- slider or click tool, or controlled by a mouse scroll or touch pad slide.
This is particularly about setting borders around images. "No border" is set as default throughout however this is supremely annoying when you have a photography website, as I do, where its all about images. My request is to have the ability to be able to set up, the 'settings' section both for a website and blog, that we can pre-set our own defaults for our images. I never want "no border" so I spend hours setting a border, along with it's colour and thickness, around each image I put up. If I could pre-set my own defaults for images, across each of my sites and blogs, it would be magic.
on 03-10-201702:21 AM - last edited on 03-10-201712:12 PM by Adam
Here's an idea I hope Weebly will take up - having the facility (even on free websites) to center and left align and right align captions under images. There's no way of controlling where the caption sits at the minute and many of mine stray to the right which looks unprofessional. It looks as though I've forgotten to center it. In addition to being able to center captions, how about having the facility to make them bold and change the colour? It would all add to a more unique looking website/blog and professional, customised look.
on 12-02-201604:17 AM - last edited on 12-04-201609:21 AM by Adam
When I upload a small image Weebly displays it at 100% size. When I upload a large image it is resized smaller. I can use the resize handle to drag the image to near its original size but I find it difficult to match the original size precisely. Unfortunately, when published, this results in browsers displaying my images slightly fuzzy as the dimensions do not exactly match the original.
What would be useful is an extension of the settings dialog of an image to allow a user to manually enter a width/height for an image. What I need is to specify width/height in pixels, but it might be worth adding a dropdown to be able to specify units in px, em or %.
on 01-16-201703:12 PM - last edited on 01-17-201710:47 AM by Adam
I would like an app that allows user to upload pictures and apply overlay text that will display in an slide show or will animate as the pointer hovers over the image. There used to be home page headers that included this feature, but its gone now.
on 03-25-201610:06 AM - last edited on 03-25-201602:46 PM by Erin
I would love to have the option of selecting which slides to include in my home page banner slideshow at any given time, while keeping the others in the queue while they're not being used. Currently if I don't want to use one, I have to delete it completely, which means that when I do want to use it again, I have to recreate it from scratch.
I maintain many different sites and have wished for this feature for a variety of reasons, but it happens most when I'm working on the site for my church: unityofgrandrapids.org We often have events that occur several times a year, so I need to keep the basic design and just change the dates. (Yes, I can delete the dates, save the plain banner as a pic, add the pic back in, and add the new dates each time, but that is time-consuming and a pain to manipulate the text to get it just right each time.)
We also have a few general slides that we put into the rotation when we don't have any particular events to promote, and then pull out of the rotation when the space is needed for an event...or at least that's the dream, so we don't have too many slides going at once. However, I find that it is much easier right now to just keep them ALL in the rotation, which creates a pretty long slideshow. It would be so nice to just be able to click on each slide in the gallery to indicate which ones to include (maybe with a nice green checkmark!) and then have the others stay there until we want to use them the next time.
on 03-29-201605:36 AM - last edited on 03-30-201611:30 AM by Erin
At the moment headers are made with weebly background option that can be add by adding clas named .wsite-background to the element. If developers could add few occurances of this background editor on one page than every user could customize every sections background just like he does with the header area now.
This would give the user big freedom and save loads of time and money. Everybody could add for example paralax pictures to their pages without messin with code or hire somebody to do it for him.
Unless I'm mistaken, it seems that only one image can be inserted in the main body of a blog. Several times I have needed to insert more than one image and have not been able to do so, having to resort to adding the images at the end of the blog instead which hasn't been ideal.
Can Weebly please consider enabling more than one image for each blog?
on 01-06-201701:15 PM - last edited on 01-08-201708:28 AM by Adam
We find the zoom on the product images simply too great and of no use at all. We need to be able to adjust the magnication of the zoom. The only other way we can make the zoom of some use would be to lower the resolution of every image which would take alot of work.