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Edit any text or image
With the Visual Editor, anything you see on your webpage can be edited - from images to text, and even the background.
- Change the position or scale of an image.
- Replace the image altogether.
- Edit the text copy, font, weight, colour, size, and more.
Add new elements and widgets
Introduce new content on the page with basic elements or predefined widgets to make your webpage richer with just one click:
- Add text, forms, lists, buttons, images, quotes, links, and many more elements.
- Add customizable banners, modals, timers, and other advanced widgets.
Build your own library with your customized widgets and reuse them whenever required.
AI-driven alternate copy suggestions
Use GPT-3 powered AI copy generator to choose from a large set of copy suggestions based on the existing content on your website.
Use on-page variables to modify content on your page on the fly based on context, visitor profile and their past actions, and any other data point available.
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Make and manage changes with Visual Editor to save a tonne of time
Undo, Redo, or Save
Improvise as you go along editing. Keep tweaking, keep coming back till you’re fully satisfied. Save, and continue the process till you’re ready to go-live.
Scale & manage changes
Build your own library of changes that you can use frequently across tests or deployments.
Apply changes to multiple pages
Define individual changes for each page that you are targeting to change. Or you can apply the same change to all target pages.
Preview and Debug
Check your variations across browsers, devices, and screen sizes. Share live previews for sign-off and organization-wide agreement. Be confident of the experience you are about to deliver to your audience before you go-live.
Don’t worry about changes that you are not satisfied with. Go back to any previous version to continue building upon.