DragDropr - Release notes - February 2022

Release notes | February 9th, 2022

Hello dear DragDroprs!

We hope you had a wonderful holiday time, and that you are ready for new challenges and successful projects 2022 holds for us! 🎊

According to statistics, there are 4.9 billion internet users worldwide, 👀 and the region with the highest internet penetration rate is Northern Europe, with 97%. And we all know that we are reaching this world, this waste market, through our websites, online stores, and social media. So they need to look tip-top, and DragDropr is here to make your designing experience pleasant, effortless, and efficient.

But we know that there is always room for improvement, so we are starting this year with 3 new updates! 🥁🥁🥁 It’s Header and Footer, Responsiveness, and Edit and Preview mode. Check the details below!

Update No. 1 – Shopify Header & Footer

Shopify users will notice changes in DragDropr regarding Header and Footer.

Every change you make in these areas will be visible in export and import, and if you add or change your Shopify store password, you will now be able to update it in the Editor, so that you can see Header and Footer.

Update No. 2 – Responsiveness

The second improvement is related to the responsiveness of your website or shop. From now on, you will be able to check how your website or store will look on desktop, tablet, and mobile phone screens. All you need to do is to click the icons on the top and check it instantly.

We also added borders, so that you don’t have to estimate where it ends and where it begins.
And that’s not all. You will now be able to insert the customized width.

Update No. 3 – Edit and Preview mode

The third update is related to Edit and Preview mode, which is now the default mode.

What does it mean? It allows you to check instantly the changes you’ve made, for the particular screen size.

And if you want to see all widgets you used, you can click on the Eye icon on the top menu, and choose Show all widgets option. You can also edit your content in that mode, just as you do in the default, the only difference is that the hidden widgets will be blurred.

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