An auto publish feature for our sites after all future Yola updates

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Howdy all...

Been away for a long while (forests of the Pacific NW) and open my site only to find it all askew again after the last update. I don't have the foggiest when the update took place but just like last time my site went all funky and objects were layered atop each other and not functioning as intended.

In every browser I tried (clean caches) it was equally as ugly.

http://forum.yola.com/yola/topics/bee...

Being the second or third time it has happened in the past few years I entered the sitebuilder and updated the site to see if that would remedy the problem and thankfully the displayed site went back to normal.

I wonder if it would be possible to have an auto update option built into the sitebuilder so that on all future Yola updates our sites could (have the option to) update along with the sitebuilder. A simple "Tick here to engage auto update"

Additionally, an email letting us know of the update would let us know that it occurred would be nice so that we could check our sites to verify that they are visually not affected.

With as many others are using custom coding these days I find it hard to believe that I am the only affected user here. Like me, there are no doubt many who are/were equally as clueless that their sites look askew.

I for one would be eternally grateful to be able to walk away for some time to have the knowledge that I won't again return to a funked up looking website.

Cheers...
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Hello Ed

I'm sorry that you've always found your website messed-up after our major Sitebuilder releases. Does this affect each website of your account, or is it just a specific one? Are you using a lot of custom coding on this site?

If you let me know, I can bring this to our engineering team's attention, and they'll be able to check if there is anything they can do.