Published Site Viewing issue

The only thing that was functioning properly was the home page. What happened to VZY? It is no longer dependable for production purposes.

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Hello Cristian_Paul,

Thank you for your feedback. We will review this issue and update you as soon as possible.

Best regards,
Vzy Team

hi team
please i can publish my web site update the homw page doesnt updated please fix as sson as possible

Hello anmar_shamel,

Please share your website URL so we can review the issue and update you as soon as possible.

Best regards,
Vzy Team

thanks for response
this web site link
https://mosulsoft.vzy.io/

Hello anmar_shamel,

We clicked on this link https://mosulsoft.vzy.io and the homepage is showing perfectly. We also reviewed a website created using Vzy, and it updates perfectly on the live website.

Please send us a screen recording or image clearly showing the problem you are facing so we can understand and help you better.

Best regards,
Vzy Team

We have seen the screenshots you provided. We will review this issue and update you as soon as possible.

Best regards,
Vzy Team

also now i cant make loin to my account??

problem solved
special thanks
but what about RTL??

Response:

Hello anmar_shamel,

Could you please clarify what you mean by RTL?

Thank you!

Best regards,
Vzy Team

Hello,

Thank you for reaching out.

RTL stands for “Right-To-Left.” It typically refers to languages that are written and read from right to left, such as Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian. If you need more specific information or context regarding RTL, please let me know!

Best regards,
Anmar Shamel

In text formatting, there’s a difference between alignment and reading direction.

Alignment:
Alignment deals with how the text is arranged within a paragraph or on the page. In Microsoft Word, there are several types of alignment:

  • Left Alignment: Text starts from the left and moves to the right. This is the default for English text.
  • Right Alignment: Text starts from the right and moves to the left. This is the default for Arabic text.
  • Center Alignment: Text is centered on the page, with equal spaces on both sides.
  • Justify Alignment: Text is evenly distributed across the line, adjusting spaces between words so that the text fills the entire width of the page.

Reading Direction:
Reading direction refers to the natural order in which text is read. This depends on the language:

  • Latin Languages (e.g., English): The reading direction is from left to right.
  • Arabic and Hebrew: The reading direction is from right to left.

Example in Microsoft Word:

If you are typing in English, the default alignment will be left with a reading direction from left to right. If you are typing in Arabic, the default alignment will be right with a reading direction from right to left.

To adjust alignment in Microsoft Word, you can use the buttons in the toolbar at the top to choose the type of alignment you want. To adjust the reading direction, you can change the language settings in the document to ensure that the text follows the correct reading direction for the language you are using.
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Hello anmar_shamel,

Thank you for clearly explaining what you mean to us. We understand it.

Best regards,
Vzy Team

Thank you for clearly explaining this. We understand it. From your explanation, do you want us to include RTL support in the Vzy platform so that Arabic, Hebrew, and Persian customers can read it better in their language? Is this a feature you need us to add to Vzy?

Best regards,
Vzy Team