How do I find my website history in WiX Editor?

How do I find my website history in WiX Editor?

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Do you want to go back to a previous version of your website because you made accidentally changes on your site? WiX has created the site history feature, which automatically creates site revisions every time you save or publish.

How to manage your site history?

If you want to access your site history from the Editor, follow the 7 steps:

1. Click Site from the top bar of the Editor.

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2. Click Site History.

 

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3. Click See your Site History.

 

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4. Click the Arrow icon next to the relevant revision.

5. Make sure that you are going to restore the version you wanted.

6. Click Restore.

7. Start editing the restored site again.

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12 amazing designers to follow on Instagram

12 amazing designers to follow on Instagram

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Instagram is no longer just the social platform for sharing pictures but actually a tool to find inspiration in your area of interest and on the other hand to share your portfolio and creative work and connect with people with the same interests from all over the world.

Here’s the list of Instagram designers that I think will bring inspiration, fun and drama into your feed.

@aykutmaykut

Aykut Aydoğdu is a designer who specializes in Fine Art. His work is a pairing of surrealism and the daily dilemmas of life. Check out his Instagram if you like some kind of drama in your feed.

@aykutmaykut

@terryrunyan

Terry Runyan is a visual artist and creative encourager and loves cats. That you can see in her daily work. Terry is active on Skillshare and Youtube and is a real inspiration for creatives.

@terryrunyan

@mirdinara

Dinara Mirtalipova is a self-taught illustrator and designer. Her work is influenced by Russian folklore. Her feed is an explosion of colours and detail-focused patterns – and I am sure you will love it!

@mirdinara

@ndtank

NDTank is a freelance illustrator and designer. I noticed his artworks on Redbubble and Society6. His often darker use of backgrounds and relation to nature makes for an inspiring page to have on your feed.

@ndtank

@jessicavwalsh

Jessica Walsh launched her own studio &Walsh in 2019 after working together with Stefan Sagmeister at Sagmeister & Walsh. Her Instagram is an inspiration. She describes her creative philosophy at foldmagazine.com like this: „I want people who view my work to experience or feel something, whether it makes them think, brings them joy or offers them inspiration. I always aim to create functional work that achieves our clients‘ goals.“

@jessicavwalsh

@mattcrumb

Matt Crumb is Time’s Top 50 Artists and captures people, places, and things in a colourful way. He inspires thousands to create their candy-coloured photos that you can follow @candyminimal.

 

@mattcrump

@naranjalidad

Beatriz is an illustrator based in Madrid. Her focus is illustrating portraits in combination with nature and colours.
You might recognize some of her work because her clients range from Vogue, Oysho, Adobe, Huawei, Lenovo, Hyundai, Editorial Planeta to Danone and more.

 

@naranjalidad

@alishylishy

Alisha Cohan is a photographer, stylist and creative director. Her service includes photography, live videos and stop motion animation cleanly and creatively. If you like colours and videos that can give your feed a fresh feeling – check out Alisha’s feed.

@alishylishy

@poopikat

I was fascinated by Kate Pellerin’s illustrations from the minute I found her on Instagram. She is specialized in picture book illustrations – if you want to learn more about it, you can join her mentorship.

@poopikat

@martinaflor

Martina Flor is a Dutch Letting Artist, Author and Educator. I saw her works the first time when I followed an online course here in Denmark with her. Check her feed if you love lettering – you will not be disappointed.

@martinaflor

@amyjpeg

Amy Blackwells Instagram feed is full of patterns, colours and gives your feed a feeling of happiness. Amy is an illustrator, painter and doodler.

@amyjpeg

@ella_lama

Ella Lama lives in Manila, Philippines. She works as an illustrator and letterer, most of her time with Photoshop and Procreate. With a feed full of colour and dynamic designs, her Instagram is to keep your eye on.

@ella_lama
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How to use our gift voucher template

How to use our gift voucher template

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Gift vouchers are a great option to encourage customers to introduce your business to a new customer. By offering gift vouchers, you can reach out to potential customers you usually don’t reach.

 

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How do I receive the voucher?

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The new voucher has an aesthetic and minimalist design. Furthermore, it can be easily customized and printed out.

1. Purchase the voucher
2. After that, you will receive the voucher as an Illustrator file in a download link (zip file).
3. Edit the voucher with your pictures, colours and fonts.
4. If you don’t have an illustrator to edit the files yourself, we can make the adjustments for you.

Do you need help?

Purchase the „Customize Logo and Voucher“- listing along with the design. Please also include your information for the front and back of the card in the order notes.

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More products…

Which products get together with this template? Check out the following:
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Returns, exchanges or cancellations

I don’t accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations. If you have any problems with your order, please get in touch with me.

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How to find free fonts for commercial use

How to find free fonts for commercial use

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I recently had a customer who had a beautiful logo created by a freelance graphic designer. She then needed a website and flyer to go with it. The lettering was „free for personal use“.
What does „free for personal use“ mean? In short: the font may not be used for commercial purposes. The font licenses often differ slightly – depending on the designer. Nevertheless, it is advisable to read the licenses carefully before using the fonts.

 

Do I need a license to use fonts?

The short answer is: YES.
Because although this is your project, you are only allowed to use fonts for private use to a limited extent.

For example, Canva allows the use of private fonts to create T-shirts or other print-on-demand products. However, the use of the fonts in logos and on websites is not permitted.

Therefore: If the use of the font is not clearly stated when it comes to your branding, logo or website, ask the designer if you are allowed to use the font commercially. Commercial licenses can often be acquired for little money. The alternative is to use free fonts that can also be used commercially or create your own font.

Where can I find fonts for commercial use?

Google Fonts is my first place to go. Google Fonts are commercially viable and also work well for any web project.

Creative Market provides new designs, fonts, posters, and much more for free download every Monday. Find „Free Goods“ in the footer. But again, read through the licenses to make sure that your favourite font is for commercial use.
Creative Market is furthermore a good place for purchasing beautiful fonts for a manageable price.

    Creative Market
    Font Squirrel

    At Font Fabric you will find the category “Free Fonts” in the footer. You often get the free fonts with a „simple licensing“, which is often sufficient for freelancers, self-employed or small companies, and can be used for websites and logos.

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    6. Canva

    This link to the Canva site contains 50 fonts that are free for commercial use and that you can use for your projects.

    7. Befonts

    Befonts is for sure a page that I have to take a closer look at. Befonts offers quite unusual fonts for commercial use.

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    What I particularly like about Fontbundles? The selection and clarity of the page.

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    9. Behance

    Behance is a product from Adobe to dicover creative work. Also here designers provide free fonts for commercial use.

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    10. Dribble

    Dribble is used for self-promotion for creatives and digital designers and is a portfolio platform. Still a good place to go to look for fonts.

    Dribble

    With 1001 fonts, the download is simple and easy. The fonts, available for commercial use, can be found in the navigation under „Special – Free Fonts for commercial use“.

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    At Fonts Space you will find over 82,000+ free fonts (as of 08/2021).

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    13. Fontesk

    At Fonts Space you will find over 82,000+ free fonts (as of 08/2021).

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    How can I combine fonts?

    If you are looking for information on how to combine fonts, I can recommend the blog post from 99Designs. In this blog post, you will find 20 free font tools for typeface pairing.

    Download and install fonts

    Now it’s just a matter of finding the right font, downloading and installing it.

    And as I said, always pay attention to the details of the licenses as a precaution. If anything is unclear, sent a message to the font designer.

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