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eBizWebpages Support Forum : Suggestions : Arranging Page Components
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Arranging Page Components

Pat Brown522
Posted: 08 November 2005 - 03:15 PM

Overall, your on-line software is just wonderful. I am really a happy customer and highly recommend this service. An affiliate program would be right on time even though I do not need this to remain a loyal customer. Here are two suggestions:

a) Components can be created immediately following or before a component which is great! A suggestion would be to have a way to drag and drop components to enable easier moving of distant components from one location to another as desired.

b) Anther suggestion, for moving and/or copying components, would be to display a pop-up box, that would be displayed to include a list of all the components that are on that page. Allow a selection menu that will provide choices of functions for moving and copying components to the desired location. Of course, some kind of component labeling system may need to be considered to do it this way.

The current way of moving components can be a time consuming process, especially if you create a component at the bottom of a page and then decide to move it to the top.

This forum is a great idea!

I have used a few template systems. My experience with your templates is the best one so far. You are always upgrading the system to make it even better!

ebiz support
Posted: 08 November 2005 - 08:38 PM

Drag and drop for components is something we investigated early on. We decided to stay away from it because that takes alot of JavaScript code to make it work. So much that it would triple the amount of time it takes for the editor to fully load up. That much JavaScript would also take up alot of the memory on your computer which would disrupt your ability to run other programs at the same time.

It shouldn't take more than 3 or 4 clicks to move a component from one part of a page to any other part. If you find that it takes more than that then your pages may be too large. Visitors like short, concise information. You may do better spreading out your info over 2 or 3 pages instead of all on 1 page. Then it would also be faster to move things around.
Posted: 10 November 2005 - 01:22 AM
Thank you for this well explained reply. Your reply makes much sense to me as they usually do!


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