I know I used to be able to see x/y pixel dimensions when resizing an uploaded image. Now I can't. This is a critical feature for insuring consistently sized graphics across the site. One should not be expected to eyeball the pixel width and height of an image. It was here before - can't you bring it back?
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.
on 03-27-201706:38 AM - last edited on 03-27-201708:37 AM by Adam
Suggestion: Make it possible to edit site pages seen in the mobile view, without, at the same time, changing the site pages in the web view.
One of the Weebly “Settings” – “Mobile” for a website is to check or uncheck “Display the mobile-optimized version of this website when someone visits from a mobile device.” When this choice is checked (enabled) in the Settings, and the website is viewed by a user, in the bottom footer area is shown: Version: Mobile Web. On a mobile device, the Mobile Version is shown, but the Web version can be chosen instead by the user. When Mobile choice in Settings is not checked (not enabled), the viewer on a mobile device will only see the Web version.
When making edits to a website page, an icon in the upper right corner, left of “PUBLISH,” can be clicked on to switch from the Web view to the Mobile view. In the Mobile view, a different Theme can be chosen to be more suitable for a mobile device.
However, I have found that editing changes made while in the Mobile view also change the Web view. I believe such editing changes should be independent between views – a change made in the Mobile view should not change the page in the Web view.
byProtechLabs02-07-201709:07 AM - edited 03-07-201708:16 AM
Save previous version of your website. encase you make a mistake, get hack & deleted etc
Wix have this feature. Its really good. You can literally go back to any single change you ever made. And its easy to navigate. My worst fear is putting so much time and effort into a website, then have someone steal your password to do irreversible damage at your expense.
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Users need the ability to place text freely overtop of photos- and the ability to have the text "light up" when you cursor hovers over the image- BUT THE TEXT STILL STAYS VISIBLE WHEN YOU MOVE THE CURSOR AWAY FROM THE IMAGE. As it is now, you can have text appear as you hover over an image- but when you move the cursor away- the text totally disappears. SUPPOSE WE WANT THE TEXT TO STAY VISIBLE ON THE IMAGE? You shouldn't have to go through so much labor creating your own text image to place on top of photos . As it is now,you have to create the text as a separate image and then bring it in to Weebly.
on 03-14-201703:22 PM - last edited on 03-15-201712:11 PM by Adam
You need to be able to seperately edit a mobile site without changing the desktop site. Your responsive themes don't adapt properly unless you simplify your website way too much. Lots of people are complaining about this. At least give the option to turn off the mobile website. I don't want to have to change to another hosting service.
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.
I love that Weebly saves automatically, because it helps if the computer shuts down, we lose power, I'm being blonde and click the wrong thing, etc. However, sometimes you do something and then want to smack yourself because you screwed something up. It'd be so awesome to have "save points" or an "Undo" button, to where you can make or undo changes until you hit that big 'ol publish button, then it flushes the save points. This way, even if something does happen, computer shuts down, whatever, if you haven't clicked "publish", you know the site saved a few save points up till that point, so you wouldn't worry so much if you clicked the wrong thing right before the apocalypse happened and you broke something
on 03-23-201712:15 PM - last edited on 03-23-201701:48 PM by Adam
Hi weebly community users and managers !
Well i have been told many times that weebly dosent support php language , i know that every user needs the features down ⬇ so please give those features a kudo so they can come to life (cyber life :V)
Advantages of PHP
1 you can completly create forums
2 communities as well
3 mysql databases will give u an extreme push u can give users : memberships ,social networks , apps and many features
4 PHP as u know is a server side language that means u can control almost every thing like extensions , paths and .....
5 PHP will work perfectly with the drag & drop system the php will be used as a backend so u can manage ur website and html /css/js will work as usual as a frontend
The trouble appears if I decide to change my site URL from ""http://myfirstwebsite.weebly.com/" to "http://mysecondwebsite.weebly.com" in the future because I will have to go back to that blog post and manually change the site URL in the path of that hyperlink. It becomes even more troublesome if there are hundreds of such hyperlinks to handle.
Wouldn't it be convenient if we can specify relative path like "/home/category/seo" for our hyperlinks so that we don't have to worry about the path issue if we decide to change our site URLs in the future?