Sticky left panel option added


When you de-select an element, the options panel on the left of the screen usually disappears, causing the content of the website project you’re editing to jump around and re-size itself quite often. If this bothers you, you can now choose to have the left panel open permanently. Just tick the box for “Sticky panel” in the “CMS settings” under the “Edit” menu.

Snapshots are now Backups


The “Snapshots” feature is now going by a more intuitive name: “Backups”. But, the functionality is staying the same as ever, allowing you to save versions of your website in order to be able to revert back to them later if necessary.

Viewport-specific responsive settings


New viewport-specific responsive settings are now available for each element's style settings, container settings, spacer, and theme options. For now, this applies only to elements newly added to your projects, but we are working on implementing them in our presets and templates in the near future.

This new feature will allow you to quickly edit responsive settings for each viewport by switching between the desktop, tablet, or smartphone viewing modes in the CMS, and then editing a relevant setting. Once you’ve changed the value of a viewport-specific setting, the color of the label will change, and clicking on the colored label will cause it to inherit the value from the larger viewport. For more information on how it works, check out our updated help article on using Elements.

Preview animations while editing


When you're adding animations to your elements, you can now preview how they will look as you set them up in the Website Builder (CMS).

To-dos linked to elements in the CMS


To-dos added by your customer for specific elements in the Feedback tool are now directly linked to those elements within the Website Builder (CMS). When you're working on your To-dos in the CMS, simply hover over a To-do to highlight the corresponding element.

Custom meta tags for single pages


We’ve added the possibility to define custom meta tags () for individual pages. Just go to “Pages” and add additional header details in “Meta tags” under the “SEO & details” section for any page you choose.

Redesigned number fields in the options


We’ve redesigned all of the places where numbers are entered within the options to make it even more streamlined. Just as with the previous (orange) design for the number fields, you can click to edit and type in the number you want, or scroll up and down to adjust the number.

Element scheduling


You can now set “start” dates and “expiration” dates for elements. This allows you to schedule the appearance and/or disappearance of any element on your website, down to the minute! The feature can be found in the “Style” settings of an element, under “Schedule”.

Text shadow


We’ve added new text shadow styling options. It is now possible to add a text shadow in the “Style” options for an element. You can choose the color, plus set the x-axis, y-axis, and amount of blur in pixels.

New image format WebP added


We’ve added support for the image format WebP. It is a versatile alternative format to JPG and PNG that was created by Google.