Now when you edit a web page there is a “copy this page” shortcut which leads to the Copy Web Page workflow with the page you were editing pre-selected. You will find this within the meta tags for search engine optimisation link near the top of the page.
We also now have a new checkbox in the Copy Web Page area which allows you to set an admin test copy. This admin test copy will not be displayed in the navigation menu, have no robots and have the default name “Original Page TestCopy v101”.
We hope it will now be far easier for you to test out various improvements on any given page by making an admin test copy, without polluting the navigation menu or sitemap. Equally, if you decide you no longer need the test copy you can easily see which page you were using and safely delete it.
Keeping in mind the new options and benefits of the stack page in the responsive layout, we have a new small update to share. You can now go directly to edit a web page that is not displayed in the navigation menu and we will do a secondary check to see if it’s included in any stack page and if so, we mention it.
The intent with this cue is to help you decide what to do with the page. Is it an old page that can be deleted? Or is it being used somewhere important? Now you can easily see where pages are, even if they’re not being displayed in the navigation menu.
Note also, that if you do delete or accidentally delete a web page, we automatically check to see if that page is linked to from other live pages and warn you. This gives you a chance to restore the web page and remember, we only soft-delete your web page for 90 days.
With the stack page in the responsive layout, you can add multiple background effects including overtakes, parallax, scroll and scroll above, with flat colour, images, image slideshows and video backgrounds. Combining different effects gives you endless design opportunities to wow your site visitors, and best of all, no coding required!
We have reported duplicated FuturePay agreements – acquired by Lloyds to Worldpay following a number of reports over the weekend and are currently awaiting their second-line support to come back to us with more details. We apologise for any inconvenience and will keep you updated as soon as we hear back.
Update 2018-09-25 – A refund on every duplicate payment has been authorised. All refunds are now completed and are made to the card that was used for the transaction. Again we apologise for any inconvenience caused.