Edit images and add maps to your site! Release notes for Jan 7, 2009Jan 07, 2009
A happy new year starts with more editing capabilities for everyone. From now on, you can edit your photos from there, where they belong -- right on page. Another great thing, adding Google Maps to site, has been requested too many by our users so we decided to push it in very last minute. And as usual, there's a number of bugfixes and improvements in this release.
To edit your images inside text, simply click on them and you will see extra buttons appearing right next to editing toolbar. From there you can resize, crop, rotate and change properties like ALT-attribute for the image. All changes will be applied immediately so you don't have to wait for the results. Expect to see more image editing features in the near future.
Add maps to site
To show your customers how to find your business, just click on a new map icon on text editor toolbar. Now you just have to type in your address and let Google Maps locate it. Notice you can fine-tune how map will be displayed: zoom in or out, relocate map center or even change the position of the marker. And next, just click "Add map" and you're done.
Complete release notes
- Picture editor (resize, crop, rotate and change properties)
- Embed Google Maps to pages
- Better autosave handling and notification of network problems
- Fixed publishing of a blog post right after creating it
- Fixed page publishing right after the first site publish
- Fixed unexpected behaviours with page and blog titles with special characters
- Fixed issues with commenting on Tartu and Canberra template
- Localized signup e-mails and signup error pages
- Minor language management improvements