We'd love this option just embeded into all our blogs from the get-go. There is currently a "Twitter Share" button on the bottom of all our blogs. Our clients are not the twiting variety and seem to be on Facebook much more. Plus, the content we have in our blogs just isn't in the twit style.
Currently, there is no way to actually make it possible for new members for your website to connect to membership specified pages, they have to be set up for the admin to do it for every new member. Could we get an option to just have it automatic?
on 08-04-201601:31 PM - last edited on 08-04-201609:33 PM by Queso
I think it would be an awesome idea to have a timeline element, where you can drag pictures, videos, text, and other media to create a timeline. The timeline could be still or moving, both options would be great.
For example, on my site I would use it to showcase donations and fundraising events for the charity I volunteer for.
on 01-05-201701:45 PM - last edited on 01-05-201701:51 PM by Adam
As a website designer, I want Non Clickable Menu's to not be made witha blank page.
Currently, you can make the non clickable menu dropdown and it can't be clicked on, however, a working blank page also gets created. If wecreate a Non Clickable Menu named Example, a website/example page also gets created. This means a visitor can stumble upon a blank page on our website through URL. There's not much we can really do about it, besides removing the non clickable menu altogether.
on 02-27-201710:20 PM - last edited on 02-28-201712:06 PM by Adam
As I love Weebly but this platform is making it hard for me to maintain, so I've been shopping around and on Shopify they have a daily deal app that I love and wish Weebly could offer this app as well. My renewal is in April and I need to make a decision soon. Is it possible to get this type of app for Weebly?
With the growth of the community, there seem to be an increasing number of duplicate posts. It would be helpful if community members had a way to flag a duplicate post and associate it with the existing one.
I would encourage you to empower active community members as much as possible to keep the community helpful for everyone.
Also, before adding a post, does Lithium's platform have a way to check against previous posts to avoid potential duplication?
Currently, the only way to use the Weebly API is if you use OAuth and connect to a backend service. There are a couple of apps I might want to deelop, but I neither have the capacity to host a backend service or have the desire to take on the liability of having access to other site's APIs when I have no need of it. If I'm using the API from within the site (either as a designer or through an app) you should not need to use OAuth, and if you're a designer you probably shouldn't need an API key either.
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What I have noticed on Weebly, is that the option of signing up and sigining in for my website is very limited. Please provide more options to edit the signing up and signing in texts and looks and where I want to place them on the website.