Idea: Please Develop an ANNOUNCEMENT banner element
Here is what I like about what Shopify offers.
Every theme on shopify has the ability to add an announcement banner above the menu/headder without having to jack up the css or use a third party app to make it happen.
The banner can be made into any color. It is perfect for alerting customers about:
•current sales you are running,
•info about production times required before shipment especially around the holidays,
•about a giveaway they can participate in on social media, etc etc.
Please add this trivial bit of code to the weebly site editor so we can manage communicaiton with our visitors more easily and quickly. I am not interested in using the third party apps that exist for this. This is a basic feature and really should be offered on Weebly, like it is with all other site editor services. Online sellers need this. Thanks.
^preview of shopify shop I am setting up on the side
Please develope a Private Notes section on Customer Invoices for Store Owners to write notes that customers will not see, for instance, for when Customers want to change their address because they realized they ordered with an old one.
I recently had a customer contact me about wanting to change the address on their order. It would be really convenient and forward thinking if Weebly would install a place for store owners to insert "private notes" on our invoices. I could have then taken her new address that she gave me and actually put it somewhere relevant so when I get ready to ship her order I wouldn't forget. I am a made to order shop. A note section similar to what is offered on other platforms on invoices is necessary.
byCreature11-28-201602:23 AM - edited 03-08-201703:16 PM
A NEW FEATURE: Get rid of this horrible highschool computer class looking design flaw with all of your templates? No one needs to see the category title listed above the category title. wtf.
I had to go into css to get rid of this BS before and now as I am trying to switch to a different theme because of how jacked up the mobile on my current theme looks (the worst mobile view of my website i have ever seen) and it looks like I will have to track down that f'n code again. Please don't make your customers go into to CSS and html for the dumbest things like this cacophany or merely trying to resize or logos. LAME SERVICE.
oh and heres an example of the beautiful thought out execution of how categories works. Just in case you didn't read "ready to ship" the first time you get to one more time 2 cm below too and in bold! P R O F E S S I O N A L all the way, weebly.