New feature: set a page as hidden when you create it

A new feature rolled out the door with this week's updates. It's actually a frequently-requested feature, and we're happy to be bringing it to you. Now, when you add a new page, you can set the page as hidden right on the "Add a new page" screen. Previously, you had to create your page, then go to page settings to mark it as hidden. That was an extra step and a bit awkward on live sites since the new page would show up in menus temporarily until you were able to mark it as hidden. This new feature resolves those issues and makes it that much easier to set up hidden pages and get your content ready before taking it live.

Also in this week's updates, the WYSIWYG editor was upgraded with support for the new IE9 and Chrome 10 browsers. And we added a little flourish to the top toolbar to make it easier to distinguish which main section you are on.

Enjoy the new features. More to come!

2 comments (Add your own)

1. CC wrote:
I have a request for a feature -- it would be great on the Forms function, if when a person fills out the form, they would automatically receive the same email back to them that goes to the person who is receiving the filled out form. That could be their receipt and also a way to have a record of exactly what they just sent as answers.

thanks.

Fri, March 25, 2011 @ 2:47 PM

2. Tim wrote:
Hi CC, we actually already have that functionality built into the system. When you edit your form, click "Form Settings" at the upper left, then click "Advanced Settings." You'll see the option to confirm entries by sending an email. You can customize the contents of the confirmation email and you can check the box to "Include Form Info" in the email which will show the person who filled it out what they entered in the form. For more info, see the bottom of this blog post where we announced the feature:

http://www.radium3.com/new-features-improved-insert-media-tool-and-more

Fri, March 25, 2011 @ 2:59 PM

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