Outline for the Image element

We added an outline setting for the Image element, which will give you an opportunity to customize this element better. To add the outline, you need to go to the Image settings, go to the «Styles» tab, and switch the «Outline» toggle. You can change the width and style of the line.

Device indicator in the element panel

Now, when moving the element in the Flex block, you will see the device indicator — on which devices this change will be reflected. This update will allow you to better orient while adapting your website to different devices.

Now, when the element's connection between the desktop and mobile/tablet versions of the website is turned off, the device indicator will appear near the element's location in the panel under the element.

The “Show all plans” button on the Subscription page

Now, in the “Subscription” section in site settings, there is a “Show all plans” button that allows you to access the subscription purchase or upgrade page from these settings as well. 

When you press the “Show all plans” button, you will see all available subscriptions to which you can update your site. 

Shadow customizing for the “Shape” element for different devices

We added an option to customize shadows in shapes separately for different devices. It will allow you to better adapt this element on your website. 

After adding a shape and a shadow on a desktop version of the website, you can go to the mobile version editor and start editing the arrangement, size, or blur of the shadow. After that, the boundary with the desktop version will break, and you will be able to customize the shadow for mobile devices separately.

Several global blocks on one website

Now, you can create multiple global blocks for one site. It will allow you to create separate global headers and footers for different website versions (desktop, mobile, and tablet), as well as add one global block to several pages and the other one to other pages.

For example, you can create one global header for the home page and contact page and another one for the benefit page and company’s product section, fill those global blocks with content, and hide each of them on the required pages. Due to the fact that the block is global, all the changes will be automatically applied to the other pages where this global block is located. 

Shadow for the “Image” element

We added shadows for images, allowing you to arrange this element's appearance on the website better. To add shadows, you need to go to the “Styles” tab in the element settings and toggle the corresponding switch. 

You can change the positioning of the shadow along the X and Y axes, their size, and the blur.

Shadow for column

We added an option to apply shadows to columns, giving you expanded solutions for creating a unique design on a website. To add shadows, go to the “Styles” tab in the column settings and toggle the “Shadow” switch. But please note that you need to add a background to apply a shadow.

Outline for columns

We added the outline for columns, allowing you to customize this part of the website better. To add the outline, you need to go to the collection settings, go to the “Styles” tab, and toggle the “Outline” switch. 

Please note that adding an outline is possible only if the columns have a background.

Hiding global blocks on different devices

We added an option to hide global blocks on different versions of a website, which will allow you to create separate versions of headers and footers for desktop, mobile, and tablet versions of sites. 

It means that you can create several global blocks with varying content and hide each one of them on the required versions. Moreover, you can hide blocks on several versions at the same time, which will allow you to adapt the website more conveniently. 

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