When uploading multiple images with transparency and white text there's no way to know which one is which other than through trial and error.
Is it possible to have a central area for categories which can be used as a template?
As an example I sell phone cases and I have over 80+ different designs on my website. I now need to add the iPhone 7 but cannot update one central list - instead I have to update every single advert (i.e. 80+ times !!!)
Can some consideration be given to having a central category template?
Sitemaker offer the most comprehensive service. I love the seamless approach it offer the clients, especially when you have lots of websites and are building websites for other people. The ONLY additional service I would want which not currently being noted or developed is a Sitemaker/Moonfruit hosting service built into the platform. The reason being is that some of my clients have asked me to edit, upgrade or host their Wordpress websites. It would be marvellous to move their websites to the one account under under sitemaker. This additional service would only be offered to the top accounts as part of a 'Professional Service" AND you could charge a small additional sum for each site hosted annually. Just a thought.
When I want to delete a member from the Members Page of my web site (WOPEC) a box appears allowing me to write a note of explanation as to why it is happening. But when I want to temporarily ban a person because they have not paid their annual subscription fees I do not have the same opportunity to explain the reason. So when the member attempts to LOGIN they view the following: HTTP 500 error. That's odd .... Microsoft Edge can't find this page. This page can't be displayed, site's server might be under maintenance or there could be a programming error.
Can you alter the ban button to offer the same opportunity that exists with the delete button?
I used to see the number of sites in my dashboard but now I just see the MB size. Would it be possible to add back the number of sites? It's not easy to count them as the list scrolls. I sometimes have temporary sites for testing purposes so it's not easy to keep track of the number. I know I'm near the limit so it's quite important to know how many I've got!
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The new legal requirements build on your existing obligations to disabled people under the Equality Act 2010 (or the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 in Northern Ireland). These say that all UK service providers must make ‘reasonable adjustments’ for disabled people. Your website or app will meet the new public sector requirement to be more accessible if it complies with the international WCAG 2.1 AA accessibility standard. How do I ensure I am compliant?
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