We’ve just released five more themes and some additional features related to the theme manager.
- Additional Themes. These include: terrafirma, groovyblue, myfall, bubblygoodness, and darkshine.
- Theme options. You can now view themes by categories, including “Simple”, “Creative”, “Personal”, “Business” and “Web 2.0″. Additionally, you can now choose how many themes you would like to view on one page.
We have a couple small bug fixes and tweaks left, and we’ll be crowning a major release. After that, we’re going to back to the drawing board to bring you some more fundamental changes in the way things work.
I’m happy to announce a new set of features that were just rolled out a couple minutes ago. We appreciate your feedback, and most of these new features are the result of user feedback.
- Change Theme Header. One of our most requested features, you can now upload an image to replace the default theme header.
- Undo/Redo buttons. This one is self-explanatory.
- Various cosmetic improvements. Some people were getting confused by the image of the old trash can, so we replaced it. We also changed the image uploading interface a bit.
- Various bug fixes. As usual, we’ve fixed a couple more bugs, too.
Stay tuned for an equally exciting upgrade around Friday (it has to do with themes).
Well, it’s been a long time coming. I’m very happy to announce that we’ve just rolled out a terrific set of new features:
- Most Requested: Export to Zip. We had a lot of requests asking for this feature, and we listened. You can now export your site to a .zip file from the Site Properties menu, or right after you export your site. When downloading your site as a .zip file, the Weebly Network header bar is also removed.
- Least Exciting: Various Bug Fixes. We’re squashing them as soon as we find them, and you found a couple more that are now taken care of.
What’s next? On our immediate to-do list, undo and redo buttons for the text editor, a couple bug fixes, and theme options (such as the ability to change the header image). After that? We don’t want to give too much away, but think sidebars, more complex page hierarchy and more flexibility positioning things.
Keep the feedback coming, and, as always, let us know if you find any bugs.