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  • Ben Wix Team

    Replied by Ben May 1, 2012

    Hi there,


    No, this isn't possible. The editor needs constant connection to our servers, it is not possible to work with it offline or save your pages to your computer.

  • correlliful

    Replied by correlliful May 1, 2012

    To my sadness but the Wix teams' victory, my RAM isn't working properly. On my friend's computer the editor is actually quite snappy, while it's much slower on mine, adding a few seconds to each action. This makes me wonder if an offline version for the Wix editor will ever happen? :) ... considering it seems that most of Wix is cache actually. Is it?

  • Kafka

    Replied by Kafka April 18, 2012

    Its likely that it was server traffic. Are you still experiencing slowness when loading the editor?


    I have asked about the post confirmation and our tech team want to know if you unmarked the box in the "Preferences"?

  • correlliful

    Replied by correlliful April 17, 2012

    I believe the slowness was a server traffic... my head hurt too much at the time to really realize that's the main reason I was referring to the editor, not loading speeds. Loading speeds are fine separate, from the actual wix site, making me thing they're completely unconnected servers (which is good). The searching bar for finding an answer to a topic is still messed up BTW, which should be fixed. I'm not trying to point out every flaw, which should be obvious, otherwise I would just use another site or something xD, because I'm really just nitpicking. 

  • Kafka

    Replied by Kafka April 17, 2012



    Are you referring to your HTML premium website? Is this the one you feel is running slow? Because when I test http://www.liveingranbury.com/ - it appears within 3 seconds as a fully loaded website. or are you referring to one of your Flash websites?


    I'll pass on your message about posting an answer :)



  • correlliful

    Replied by correlliful April 17, 2012

    Another thing... I did this yesterday... when you post a topic, it doesn't confirm if its posted, so I always post it twice... since on Publish Site, after the update, I now have to hit that a few times before it actually does it. My head hurts too much to figure out where the delete button is to make this only one post instead of two copies >_< OW OW OW...

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