I know that the mobile site has an automatic zoom for the mobile site. I would like to have the ability to select a focal point in the header so that I can control which portion of my picture appears on the mobile site.
on 09-06-201612:56 AM - last edited on 09-21-201604:46 PM by Queso
Hello dear Weebly community,
I have been a loyal and long time user of Weebly website creator. I love this website and how easy it is to use for non-coders. I have a request that everyone would agree with me to add on Weebly website creator. I would like to be able to design my desktop and mobile websites seperately because the image sizes, google adsense, titles and texts are completely different on mobile devices than desktop devices and they don't match the design I make on the computer.
Is there a chance to add this feature on Weebly a.s.a.p.? I am really ashamed of my mobile website as opposed to what I designed on my desktop.
Just discovered that if you do the edit background on your header and you follow the directions and add a video that video will not play on mobile or tablet devices, which I found out the hard way by doing it and having my client complain...
I would love to see the side bar of a blog coming at the top of the page when viewed on the mobile and not the bottom. It's not user friendly at all to have viewers/customers strolling all the way to the bottom (they just won't do it) to see categories etc.
on 03-16-201707:05 PM - last edited on 03-19-201708:51 AM by Adam
Hello, I know this is an issue that many of us are related to, Weebly I want that you give us the option to manage the font design, size, hight, etc. of both the desktop version (which already is) and the mobile version. Why? because the automatic change in size that the standard theme applies to the font sometimes does not work as we expect. We want to change both fonts independently from one another.
Also, stop saying that you cant give support to other weebly clients with their theme because it is a "custom theme", a custom theme doesnt necessarily means that all the CSS and code has been completly changed. Sometimes we just adjust some things like the size etc., things that you still have not fixed.
In conclusion just add the option to change both desktop and mobile fonts independently.
The biggest pain point for me is not being able to disable the mobile view on my site. I spent a ton of time working on my site, and viewers are not easily seeing all areas of my blog unless they are on desktop. Most are on mobile these days.
If Weebly would enhance the responsive themes to allow disabling of certain views, it would make all the difference for user experience! Both mine and the people that view my site!
I have been getting numerous complaints from customers visiting my site from the phones that they are unable to switch to a desktop version of the website. Most websites have this feature and I myself enjoy looking at websites on the desktop versions on my 6" cell phone screen. Cell phones are much bigger now and are able to accomodate entire sites well on a screen. This is definately a great feature to add
on 02-26-201709:39 AM - last edited on 02-26-201709:41 AM by Adam
Better yet- outdo SquareSpace and make it an option for any page. SquareSpace is really staying up to date with current trends such as AMP and Free SSL while Weebly seems to be playing catch up right now.
on 04-18-201602:35 AM - last edited on 04-19-201601:34 PM by Erin
On every theme of the mobile view, products are displayed one by one in a single collumn. We should be able to display at least two products side-to-side to make the scrolling down more efficient and user friendly
on 08-01-201612:03 PM - last edited on 08-03-201603:14 PM by Queso
Currently, there is no way for students to access/create/update weebly sites from a mobile device such as an iPad, even on the app. I think it's crucial to include this population of students, since many students that have technology won't have access to something other than a tablet.