the current navigation bar only allows the use of 'brand name' in the same font as the rest of the bar. however, i would really like to distinguish our brand from the rest of the text by uploading our logo in place of the brand name. will this be possible soon?
Rather than having to manually add new responsive pages to a site, or change every single page in the site individually, would it be possible to convert the whole existing site to a responsive site in a simple process?
Responsive pages is really good. But it's frustrating when I add images to my page and due the different image sizes they all look different.
I wish there was a feature where you can choose an Image but get the option to automatically match the sizes of the other images on the page with an simple editor feature.
If I have select body with four images with text underneath them. When I import my images they shouldn't change to different sizes with neither matching each other. All should be aligned and match in size.
At the moment there is no way of adding small social media icons to the header/navigation area of the responsive pages as is the norm with most websites. I think this is vital for modern functional websites and need to be looked into asap.
This will allow you to create things such as a social media bar by placing icons alongside each other.
At the moment only a 'duplicate' option exists for sections & rows.
If you've designed a complex section for example it might be nice to be able to copy and paste on to another page. I'm thinking of a copy of the 'design' rather than the 'content'.
The new minimalist editor layout seems to have removed the "view my site" function. I understand you can "preview" within the editor, however this quite often doesn't actually show what you site looks and feels like to a visitor (i.e. 3rd party widgets often dont load etc).
To get a "live" view of a site, i'm now having to visit the site via a private browsing session, and toggle between to browsers. No biggie, but just a wee bit of a nuisance.
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