@stephanie-akoun indeed if you go that way, the domain will stay with your actual registrar, the $50 is a one time only setup fee for SSL on an external domain.
Another option is to transfer your domain to Appdrag, this include extending your domain for 1 year and also free ssl certificate 🙂
@stephanie-akoun indeed, thanks for the clarification, yes you can move back your domain to another registrar, only limit is you have to wait 60 days between transfers, outside of that you can do it at any time
@stephanie-akoun from the domains tab (in the topbar of the dashboard) click on the settings of your new domain. Then click on move this domain to another project and finally select your target project 😊
I'm confused. The previous answer was that size of slider pictures was 1140x637. Now you say 1920x700 (though if I resize to this, it gets shortened in the slider so i suspect the first size is right).
In either event, I'm finding that these sizes aren't responsive. I get a small section of the image on mobile phones
Once you have exported your site and hosted it somewhere else, if you want to modify it you will have to either:
change the content directly in HTML source code and upload it to your new host
reactivate your appdrag subscription, modify the site in the page builder, export to zip, upload the zip content to your external host
you can remove paypal/stripe configuration in the shop settings, and then activate the OFFLINE payment option and add instructions
this can be usefull if you want to receive order but don't need payment upfront
Hello Stephanie, please ask your questions in english so everyone can understand them
You can activate your free domaine when you go in the settings of your project then go to Domains & Emails
Also as indicated on the subscription page before you paid here is the list of included domain extensions:
domain name included for 1 year (.COM, .NET, .ORG, .CA, .IT, .NL, .FR, .ES, .DE, .BE, .RU, .CO.UK, .IN, .US, .XYZ, .INFO, .ME, .PRO, .WIN, .BIZ)
So if your extension is not in the list it won't be free