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When you publish a "Standard" page from your Weebly site on Facebook, did you ever wonder how Facebook knows what information to use? Did you know that instead of playing Russian Roulette, you can tell Facebook what image, title, and description to use for your page?
One of the biggest requests we get through our web design service is, "How can I make my Weebly site look better or more professional?"
There's no doubt that everyone who has a website wants it to look good and be appealing to the eye, but it's very important to remember that web design is, at its core, design, and design will always be subjective.
Responsive themes and templates are in. But they're not just "in", they're also practical and make complete sense with the ever increasing number of varying display (i.e., browser) sizes of today's technology.
For Weebly sites, converting your non-responsive theme to a responsive one is as simple as a single click, but there is a problem -- maybe.
How To Save Your Weebly Files Before Editing Them And Restore Them [if Original Theme Files] If You Didn't
If you intend to edit the back-end files (e.g., html, css) of your Weebly site, which are accessed via Design>Edit HTML/CSS, it is good practice to save each file before you make any changes to them.