Naming HTML Widgets

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Hi everyone!

Today while I was working on my site, I got a little bit frustrated with something. I make use of quite a bit of external code (JQuery, HTML and CSS etc) and I like to keep them in separate HTML widgets to keep them organised and all in their own place. The only problem is that after I've added a few widgets, I start to confuse myself. What I mean, is that most of my code is code that does not directly display a result in the HTML widget, but makes changes elsewhere. Because of this, I have no way of knowing what's inside each HTML widget without opening it. It sounds petty, but it does start to waste time after a while.

I was just thinking, would it be difficult for Yola to add a little 'naming' feature where we could give titles to individual widgets? This would make it easy for people like me to quickly identify what's inside. I've put together and example below:

I suppose it's more trouble than it's worth, but I just thought I'd ask. I don't suppose there's much of a demand either. Anyway, just sharing!

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Good idea
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Hello Brandon,

Thanks for the feedback and I can see how that might be quite useful! I'll pass this idea along to our Product Team.