Adobe Spark is really easy to use.
This is why it would be incredible if we would be able to turn pages into websites from your own domain.
Basically, so I can use it instead of making a page in Dreamweaver or Muse.355 votes
We are not planning on adding this feature to Spark Page. We do offer the ability to embed your Page, which you can access when you click “Share.”
Laura Wittig, Spark Page Product Manager
same font & size & color all the time is a problem as you already offer very few templates &
offer additional text formatting: bold / italic / underline / strikethrough / superscript / subscript / tabs / bullets / listing feature / checkmark boxes / font choices / font size / font color / kerning / line space etc
multiple font & sizes
text box positioning
Hi Spark Page users,
We currently offer users with a paid subscription the ability to customize font settings via the Theme Editor in your Brand Manager.
We do not have additional font/text formatting features on our roadmap at this time.
To be able to export out finished product as an HTML page84 votes
We do not plan on adding this feature into Spark Page.
It could permit to publish as a complete mail also without animaition: as a statica page like a normal newsletter and a button that link to Adobe servers to see the animated version…
Or at least create a clickable image with some riassuntive thing of the newsletter that link to the server version46 votes
Thanks for your feedback on this. Just writing to say that this feature is not on our immediate roadmap. We might revisit it in the future, but wanted to let you know.
Could we possibly remove https://spark.adobe.com/page/Q8Au49OqYPcpT/ and replace with own domain name in the future?
At this time we’ve decided not to implement custom domains into Spark. As a workaround, I would suggest using something like custom Bitly links, or domain forwarding. I know it’s not a perfect solution, but our resources are devoted to other features to make Spark great.
It would be nice to make the hero image on the webpage responsive to all size of device, now, the picture is being cut off on the phone size. We have very important pictures that we cannot cut off the personal on the picture.1 vote
Spark Page already offers a “Focal Point” feature for the Cover image, as well as any photos you add to the page and set to Window or Fill Screen. Focal Point allows you to tell Page what the most important portion of the image is, so that when the page gets viewed on a vertical screen (like on a phone), that portion of the image will be in the center. If you are using wide images, this is just how responsive design works — meaning, the images will be cropped. If you set a photo to Full Width or Inline, then the images will be scaled down so they are not cropped.
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