Editing directly on the page
Currently you can also edit headlines and texts directly without having to open the dialog. Just click in a heading and change the text. As soon as you leave the content element, the change is automatically saved. So you don't have to worry about having unsaved texts on your page that get lost when you switch to another page.You can also edit the content element slider directly. Just click in the displayed texts and edit them. We are constantly enhancing and optimizing our system and will provide more options to enable meaningful editing.
You can also edit the text in a button directly on the page.
The advantage of dialogs is that you are given more options and can focus on editing. If, as other systems sometimes do, you display an "inline dialog" as soon as you click into a piece of content it may seem cool at first. But you quickly realize that there are a lot of limitations. Especially if the content takes a lot of space on the page like a gallery or a form.
Editing via the dialog
To edit content you move the mouse over the corresponding content until the toolbar appears in the upper left corner. When you click on the edit icon, the corresponding dialog opens, where you can now comfortably enter your content.
If you terminate an editing dialog by pressing Cancel, entered content that is not yet saved will be discarded. Since there is no warning message, you should be careful once you have edited a content. Unsaved content is irrevocably deleted if you leave the edit dialog without saving.