“How’d They Do That” continues this week with a look at the sophisticated footer links Our Table created with just a few basic theme adjustments.
The theme parade continues this week with the release of Purple Haze and Highlighter, two smart and subtle new themes designed for text-heavy sites, blogs and stores. These themes combine embellished navigation elements with minimalist composition to better accentuate your beautiful content.
Flaunting ten different color palettes, Purple Haze presents a crisp and cool environment to display your work. With a fixed navigation bar carrying a broad stroke of color down the page, Purple Haze expertly blends both bold and modest site elements. The theme’s responsive features translate superbly on tablets.
We’ve updated the Weebly background image editor to let you create unique header and background images for each page of your site. This is an important update for many of our new themes like Stripes and Haberdasher, which had previously been limited to a single header or background image across the entire site.
The ever-cuddly and always eco-friendly Indy Plush uses a custom widget to display it’s Twitter feed on the contact page, enhancing what’s usually a plain page while giving visitors an easy way to see Indy Plush’s latest news and updates.
The “How’d They Do That” video series continues with a look at how you can create and implement your own Twitter feed embed like Indy Plush.
It’s time to flex those creative muscles with Stripes and Big Slant, our latest theme set featuring big beautiful images and refreshing new elements guaranteed to inject fresh personality into your site, store or blog. Don’t forget, if you use one of these themes you’re eligible to win some great prizes through the Before & After contest, which you can enter below!
Stripes represents a new face for Weebly theme design. With a collapsible vertical navigation bar and full image background Stripes is loud and keeps visitors engaged. Stripes is perfect for creatives and designers, but also works wonders for a trendy store or personal website. With six unique color palettes, you can choose from a variety of looks that provide serious flexibility for your photo, font and content elements.
The Weebly community is filled with people working hard to make a difference, and we love hearing their stories. Now we have a chance to help some of them out.
We’ve made some big changes to the blogging URL structure that will improve your blog’s SEO and UX. All blog post URLs now follow this format: sitename/blog-name/post-name.
This change improves your blog SEO by creating a simplified, semantic URL structure with greater keyword emphasis than previous URL formats. The new architecture also provides additional SEO control because your blog name now features prominently in the URL hierarchy.
This week we’re excited to bring you Haberdasher and Collection, two more exciting themes with a focus on eCommerce. This is the first time we’ve built simultaneous themes with an eye towards eCommerce in particular, but as you will see below, these are extremely versatile themes that can be used for any occasion.
Classy and energetic, Haberdasher features a set of gold and black color palettes. The subtle visual elements are designed to highlight your products and brand while the polished search bar will help customers navigate through your beautiful store with ease.
If you're ready for Haberdasher our most recent "How'd They Do That?" video shows just how easy it is to find and activate all the latest themes.
Now, in just a few quick steps, your store can accept both credit cards and PayPal. With PayPal as a secondary checkout your store can provide new payment combinations between credit card gateways (Stripe or Authorize.net) and PayPal.
Your customers now have the flexibility to choose between PayPal or a credit card during checkout. More choices during checkout reduces cart abandonment and allows people to pick the payment option that works best for them.
This eCommerce update is part of the Business Plan.
Today we are pleased to introduce Journey and Clean Lines, the first in a series of exciting new themes scheduled for release over the next few weeks. We hope these new themes will inspire you to do even more with your website, blog or online store. The themes themselves represent several different trends in modern web design – but they all share one goal – to showcase and celebrate your unique voice.
A light and fresh theme that lets your content take center stage, Journey’s full width header image keeps visitors immersed in your message. The subtle navy and light blue color palette ensures that your content appears crisp and professional.