I know 1&1 do this so was wondering if it could be implemented here. If I want to amend how my site looks I am forced to save my changes first to see how it looks. If I don't like it then I have to try and remember how I changed it to change it back. This can be very problematic if I am looking to change the whole look and feel of the site.
1&1 offer users essentially 1 website but a live version and a draft version that you can alternate through so you can make a heap of changes and see how it looks. If it looks terrible then your website isn't effected but if you like it then you then live that version. Having to save your changes to see how it looks is pretty archaic!
It's such a pain having to potentially ruin your website if you want to experiment with a new look
I would like to connect my online store to MailChimp in order to learn more about my customers and increase my return on investment. MailChimp e-commerce features capture detailed purchase data from my customers that I can use to create personalised campaigns and automations.
When will there be an integration or an API available to connect my online store to MailChimp?
It's imperative to be able to have a function for visitors to subscribe/join an e-mail list in order to build a web following and send out promotions en masse. Also, a way to be able to send e-mail to all the subscribers without all the subscriber's e-mail addresses being shared. Thanks!
Please use this thread to share your responsive sites. We really love seeing what you are doing with responsive pages and you can share tips/get feedback from other members of the Moonfruit community.
With more and more people using phones and other devices to view websites as opposed to desktop PC's it would be nice if when you have uploaded an image and labelled it with a caption that these captions are available to be seen on a device as well.
It is nice having a larger image pop up when you click it to view, however I have added the caption for a reason, and this is because it is the order code.
Having just uploaded a school photo for the parents to preview last weekend, I now have to re-edit these pictures so that the individual code is visible on each image and reload them all. Surely this must be a fairly simple fix.
Not only would these be useful for photographers but also anyone who has a shop and if they want to name products.
Ability to backup my website and save it as a version. Then facility to restore from last saved backup. Thus, if I add some pages, delete some images etc and decide I want to go back to the last saved version, it can be done. This seems such a basic feature that I wonder if it is already present but I have missed it.
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It used to be so easy to add a counter for people like me who have no idea how to find a suitable counter, and upload it to our site, but with the new sites they are not available. I use moonfruit because i dont have to worry about knowing the technical stuff. Providing visible counters again would be so helpful.
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