I have had a couple of experiences with entering a new contact and getting the email address wrong -- easy to do, people have some weird emails! This happened recently and apparently there is no provision for re-sending a corrected email without it counting towards my limit of 5 emails per month. I urge Weebly to add in a way to do this. (And of course I'm trying to be really careful when entering emails!)
I'm told that there isn't an element/app in Weebly that will allow me to place a JSON feed on one of my pages. According to the help website for our community platform, RSS and JSON are the only ways to feed posts from that site to our main website. The RSS feed looks so plain and terrible, so I can't use that; but I'm told JSON is not supported on Weebly website. Can this be made available soon? Or can someone help me find a work around for this?
When I open a subpage it overwrites the content of the open tab/window and that I don't appreciate. I think it is better when the content of a subpage should be placed in a new tab/window. At least when you are building a Weebly site you should have to choice in which way your subpage opens: overwriting content of new tab.
When uploading images, they don't display. I often use the same images and it would be helpful to have them display instead of the 'stock' images that appear each time I click on the 'upload image'. Thank you
on 04-24-201604:43 PM - last edited on 04-27-201611:20 AM by NickyLimes
Having to click the Open In New Window link each time I want to upload a file seems counterintuitive. Other platforms I use (such as Blogger) give you the opportunity to turn the option on or off in the Settings, which I think would be a great addition to Weebly.
I've been directed here by a member of Weebly customer service so here goes.
I've spent days tweaking and perfecting a site for a restaurant. I went live today and now have all this rubbish after my .com. I didn't realise that the homepage was auto set as a store page and there is no way of changing it to a standard page without completely redoing it on a new standard page. Not every website is e-commerce. I don't want loads of text after my .com about categories and feature products.
Who else thinks you should be able to change a page type easily without having to redo it all? There's no point suggesting the copy option as I don't have that either :/
on 04-24-201612:07 PM - last edited on 04-27-201611:22 AM by NickyLimes
It would be a very useful feature if it was possible to block someone going to a certain page unless they had filled out a form on the page before. A message could be generated saying something like "you need to complete the form on page 1 before you can proceed to page 2"
Any chance of the being available in the near future?
on 04-22-201602:01 PM - last edited on 04-27-201611:24 AM by NickyLimes
I was building some websites and I saw there is no way to add more than 1 layout on each page layouts help a lot to create websites faster and following a beautiful clean design sometimes a page can be larger than just one layout having the ability to use more than one layout could be extremely. When you got no time layouts can make the difference. So how come we can add only one layout on each page? Vote for this to create websites faster.
I want to propose Weebly to give us the chance to change a post from a blog page to another inside the same website.
I have a website with my friends about series, cine and theatre and we are creating some new sections to organice our post better, but we can't change some post from the homepage to the new sections. Yesterday I contacted Weebly and they told me that they didn't have this kind of tools and that i have to do the changes manually. The problem is that there are so many post and photos and do it manually would be such work, so I ask them to do it for me (in case they have a tool that allows them to do it) and they told me that this was impossible.
For this reason, I highly reccomend to Weebly that they create a tool for us that allows any editor to change a post from a blog page to another.
on 04-21-201602:58 PM - last edited on 04-27-201611:27 AM by NickyLimes
I would like the ability to integrate the shipping carriers we use into the shopping cart. Right now I have to manually add each shipping weight and price for each shipping method we offer. And then I have to manually add the extra cost for each state. Well, shipping to Northern California does not cost the same as shipping to Southern California.So that aspect of the shipping is not accurate either.
I export the orders and import addresses into PayPal for shipping. The export doesn't seem to be in any particular order. I have dates mixed in with earlier dates (ex. 4/19, 4/19, 4/20, 4/19, 4/19, 4/18, 4/20). I can't seem to figure out the order in which you export. Since the Order # isn't sequential by any means and the dates aren't in order, it makes it very difficult to prepare for large shipments. I spend an hour putting the order sheets in alphabetical order, so they are in some sort of order I can control...
When someone clicks on a blog post header to go to that post (and maybe comment), they have to hit BACK to get back to the whole blog feed. It would be nice if there was some PREVIOUS and NEXT navigation on the blog post page so someone could easily page back and forth between blog posts.
Adding tax in weebly store is such a long and costly process for a small business. Please change.
I recently had to add Illinois and California sales tax. You can't just put a flat tax rate, so you have to enter each zip code one by one. These states combines was aruond 8,000 entries. We had to hire an intern and it took them a week and a hald. As a small business, that is super costly - both time and money.
We just got word that we will have to start charging sales tax in every state and the process of adding every zip code in the USA could take up to a month.