In this update, we significantly enriched the functionality of the Text widget. Find more details below.


— You can now find a List toggle in the Advanced Typography menu, allowing you to save list styles separate from text styles. By default, a list style is set to ‘Same as text’.

— You can change the order of styles in the Text Styles/Link Styles panel using drag-n-drop.

New shortcuts

— To copy/paste a style from one widget to another, use Cmd + Opt + C/V.

— To paste text without formatting, use Cmd + Shift + V (or Cmd + Option + Shift…

This tutorial will guide you through the process of creating a hamburger menu. We will show you two types of menu animations while highlighting new features — a toggle to hide Opacity animations in Editor, Current link styles, and global widgets in templates.

Desktop to Mobile

The most frequent use case for the burger menu is mobile. To create a mobile burger menu from a desktop navigation bar:

—Switch to the mobile viewport.

—Copy all items from your navigation bar. Then use the eye-icon in the widget bar to hide the original menu items in the mobile viewport. …

If you’re planning to sell something in 2021, an online presence is a must. In this article, we show recent examples of e-commerce projects and guide you through the basics of creating an online store with Readymag.


We’re all used to a black arrow as our primary cursor. However, with a little bit of code, you can pretty easily swap out the arrow for any image you like. This can be a great way to emphasize the identity of a project, and the Readymag support team is asked frequently about implementation. Below we provide some inspiration with a few examples that we love, then explain how to set up custom cursors for your project.

Code injection is a feature available with Readymag Professional and Custom plans. You can try it out on any plan in Preview mode.

Examples to inspire you

The year end is coming, so we’re summing up the updates we’ve rolled out in the fourth quarter of 2020.

Text widget 2.0

Explaining why No Code approaches are great only when it comes to narrow-scope tasks.

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No Code is a broad term. It describes a variety of products that help end users assemble web pages and applications without hiring developers. In recent years, it has also become an ideology of sorts (praised, for example, in this 2019 Forbes column): a promise to get rid of all the complications intertwined with IT development, especially its proverbial high costs, unpredictability and difficulty to scale quickly.

However, the promise is often exaggerated. Many of the proposed approaches are oversold or just unoriginal. Still, niche solutions from the No Code toolbox can be a useful way to speed up development.

Anastasia Mokhan has been working as an assistant in a creative agency in Moscow, when she established there’s a huge demand for designers specialising in director’s treatments. She decided to try it as a hobby: learned the basics of design and started making such presentations as a freelancer. In two years, Anastasia launched her own agency. Today she works with directors who make videos for Apple Music, Google, Snapchat, Volkswagen, IKEA and other high-profile brands.

In this piece, Anastasia explains how to jump-start in the field of director’s treatments and tells how to find clients. …

Every designer and design agency has had similar experiences. A customer wants their web project up and running, but has no time to get involved in the platform details. The opposite is also common: a client wants full control over their project and is unsatisfied with anything left in the hands of the creator.

Obviously, there’s no silver bullet, and the share of responsibility between a designer and a customer depends on the task. Below we describe three approaches for creating commissioned projects with Readymag so that you can experiment and find the one that fits you best. …

In the third quarter of 2020, we have almost completely redesigned our Settings interface. We have also presented the game-changing Shots widget, added a handful of useful updates to the Form widget, and made the Collaboration process much more comfortable.


In this selection we focus on how Readymag users are showing resilience and creative energy during the pandemic.



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