Seven New Features in Zero Block, Latest Blocks and Templates, and Other Updates
What's New in Zero Block
Seven new features in Zero Block for comfortable work in the editor. The updates will speed up your work with groups and animations and make it easier to edit multiple elements. Let's go through the updates in more detail.
Resizing Groups of Elements
You can now resize multiple elements at once. Select items and drag any side to reduce or increase their size. This works with multiple elements and groups.
Duplicating Animations
You can now copy and paste Basic and Step-by-Step animation effects between individual elements and groups. If you paste an animation into a group, it will be assigned to each element. To copy an animation effect, you can use the context menu (right-click) or the Settings panel on the side.
Measuring Distance Between Elements and Artboard Borders
The rulers show the distance in pixels from the selected item or group to other items, groups, and artboard borders. Select an item, hold down the Option key on Mac or the Alt key on Windows, and hover over the artboard or other items to show the distance.
Highlighting the Dimensions of the Selected Area
Shows the selected area dimensions in pixels when you highlight one or more items and groups.
Elements Attract Each Other
If you move an element or group close to another element, group, guide, or artboard border, they will automatically magnetize to each other.
Resizing Elements and Groups Using Any Point of its Border
Now you can resize an element not only by its anchor but also by dragging any point on the element boundary. Works with elements and groups.
Highlighting Elements and Groups on Hover
Elements and groups are now highlighted when you hover over them.
New Blocks in the Block Library
Block CR45. Cover with text and a button on the image
On the cover, you can adjust the width of the image as a percentage and the width of the text using columns. You can set indents on the sides. Find it in the "Cover" category.
Block CR46. Cover with a title, subtitle, buttons, and columns
Any number of columns can be set up in the block. You can choose a style for the icons or upload your own image. Find it in the "Cover" category.
Block CR09. Universal cover with margins on the sides
The universal cover doesn't fill the entire screen. You can customize the corner radius, add a heading, subheading, and a button. Find it in the "Cover" category.
Block GL26. Gallery with thumbnails
This gallery with thumbnails at the bottom allows you to quickly navigate the images. You can adjust the preview size and set the timing for a self-running slideshow. Find it in the "Gallery" category.
Block BF802A. Buttons with icons
For buttons, the width and indents can be flexibly adjusted, you can set the style and load the icon. Suitable for creating multi-links for social media. Find it in the "Form and Button" category.
New Templates for Your Projects
Rigid visual style, large typography, focus on photography. Great for venture fund websites, architecture firms, or interior design studios.
Color Cards
Bright cards, rounded edges, four accent colors. Great for service provider landing pages, online store home pages.
Online Store Micro Updates
Updated display of options in the product card
When selecting an option in a store's product list, the image in the card will now change. This is handy for the users as they don't need to open the pop-up to see what different options look like.

This function is automatically available for the blocks with product cards: ST300, ST305N, ST310N, ST315, and ST320 – if you display items with multiple variants from the catalog.

To show the variants in the product list, check "Show product options next to the thumbnail in the product list" in the block settings → Cards.
Sorting product options in product cards and catalog filters
Automatically sort the product options' numerical values taking into account units of measurement in the product card and catalog filters. You no longer have to rearrange the options manually for a consistent display. Works for clothing sizes, numbers, watts, bytes, and the units for length and weight (metric system).
Displaying products in stock and sorting products on the website by default
It's now possible to show already filtered products by default when you open the page. For example, only products that are in stock and sorted by name, price, date added, and so on. The update will be useful if you are launching advertising campaigns and it's important to show the products in a certain order. The update is available for blocks ST300, ST305N, ST310N, ST315, and ST320. You can make changes in the block settings → Filters & Store Categories.
Additional options when downloading a catalog in CSV
When exporting catalog products to a CSV file, you can now add disabled items, along with the links to images and products.
Product titles without properties when generating a Facebook Feed
A toggle "Don't add variant option values to the product title" is now available when generating a Facebook Feed. If you enable this setting, the same title will be used for all variants, and the variant property values will be added to the product description.
The trash bin in the Product Catalog is moved to the catalog menu
The trash bin in the catalog is now a separate menu item and is displayed only if there are deleted products.
Manual Language Setup for Website's System Elements
You can now manually set the language for a website's system elements: on-page search, forms, fields, errors, shopping cart, shipping, catalog, and feeds. French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and other languages are available.

By default, the system message language adapts to the user's browser. To keep flexibility, we recommend that you keep the default setting. Here's where you can find it: Site Settings → More → Website Language.
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