Just a suggestion for the next update
Would it be possible when you click the "Pages" drop-down menu that the current page you are working on is highlighted
See attached examples, one as it is now - no pages highlighted, and the second one the current page is highlighted.
Would be nice if the html entry box could be popped-out so could view/edit the code in a wider window. The side panel window is very narrow when viewing/editing a chunk of code.
Also maybe an ability to add a placeholder image to cover a html element so it can be given more visual context when working on the page in the edtior and of course it wouldn't export the placeholder image. I used a background image set to cover which works well on the html element but then it's exported, I suppose this is not a big deal but just a suggestion.
Please do have that feature like .dwt in the future update. thank you.
Let's suggest in the possibility to create an hierarchical website.
Use the site manager to not only create/add/remove mages, but also folders/subfolders. Create a really structured website.
The option to show your site structure/pages just like the page elements are shown: structured in a site pane shown at the left side of your working area. Just select the page of choice to directly move to that page. No pop-ups or whatever ... just point > click > go.
When inserting a link, there could be shown a pane where you could select a tab to insert an external link or a tab for internal links where you can select (one of the) existing site pages.
Now (hold on to your seats), when moving the linked page around from one folder/subfolder to another the link automatically will be updated throughout the site/project.
Whoaaaahhh. One site that is mentioned/linked to tons of times within this project has been updated. Now I have to relink all references within my project ... good luck!
Or ... you just open your link manager, select the now invalid url, alter it, and save. The link will be updated throughout the site/project.
Just use the [RETURN] key to create new lines. Select the lines that need to be turned into list items. Hit Cmd+7 to create a list from the selected lines, use Cmd+] to add indent, Cmd+[ to remove indent step by step.
It could be one hell of an idea to be able to supply your personal user key somewhere within the Site Designer preferences that will unlock the features that go with that particular licence. Because Font Awesome really is awesome and offers a whole lot (more). The availability of this option will sell itself ...
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