Suggestions for Responsive Site Designer - Page 30


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Thanks Wayanjaya a quite eloquent way of saying 'get lost'.


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David Dashwood wrote:
Thanks Wayanjaya a quite eloquent way of saying 'get lost'.


Not at all, not up to me anyway,

It could be actually a useful addition to RLM which is more geared to getting into code, but doesn't have the sort of immediate visual effect that RSD has.

I am sure that the CC team will look at all suggestions and make decide on their own without any help from little old me.

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Would be nice to copy elements or/and their settings from one RSD project to another.


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I would love the ability to arrange my pages in the Manage Project using up down arrows instead of the drag and drop. The biggest problem with the drag and drop is they always tend to drop as a sub page and it is difficult to get them in the right order.

In the grand scheme its not a big deal, but for those who like their projects organized it would be a lot better just to select the page you want to move and have an + - button or something.
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Yes indeed (please also see here).

Frank


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JASON-LD markup. It would be easier to do than microdata markup, and is more powerful. RSD would a way for a user to at least create the correct syntax, and arrays for JASON-LD data. But i can not be constrained and needs to allow the user to customize things through productontology which is now a part of schema.org.


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One irritating thing when editing a long paragraph- if you're toward the bottom of the paragraph and click on words to edit, the page will jump back to the top. If you highlight a word, then click on the option box to bold the word, it also jumps back to the top of the paragraph.


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I found by ensuring the scroll bar on the side is positioned to coincide with the area of text being edited the "jump to the top of the page" does not occur.


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Mansour ... wrote:
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+1 I totally would love to see this!
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