Hi @Arek_Dvornechuck, thanks for your reply, as far as the editor trouble not saving edits, I am here to help check on that, if you can help to let me know the site read only link, I can help to take a look further, see how to Share a project’s read-only link.
If you do not want to share the link for all to see, please contact our support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regarding the other comments:
Why I can’t save drafts in editor mode? (you can only publish, you can’t save as drafts)
You may save drafts in the editor:
Why I can’t access drafts with a url (every time I have to go and find a post and then hit preview)
– That is a good idea for our Wishlist at https://discourse.webflow.com.
Why I can’t create bullet lists using editor (editor is very very limited)
– You can create bullet lists in the editor, with rich text elements you can add:
Image alt attributes
Unordered Lists (bulleted)
Ordered Lists (numbered)
Videos (Youtube, Vimeo)
Rich media (Google maps, SoundCloud, Imgur, Giphy, Codepen, and more)
For any text elements, you can add additional formatting:
Links (URL, page, email, etc)
Why I can’t add “id=xxx” to headings? (I have to use custom code)
– You can add an ID from the element settings panel in the Designer only at the moment:
You might also be able to use some custom code in the page to set elements.
Why there’s no option to add “nofollow” or “dofollow” links (rel=“nofollow”)
– The ability to add nofollow or dofollow links for the cms is on the wishlist, but this capabiliy can be achieved for static links by using a custom attribute in link settings:
Why I can’t access HTML code of Rich Text? (like in wordpress):
The html code in Webflow is hidden in the designer, it can be viewed online on the published site or you can also do a Code export.
You can also now add custom code to rich text blocks, see the latest release for that: https://webflow.com/feature/custom-code-in-rich-text-elements
Also on the connection issues, it could be that the dns cache on the workstation is not updating very frequently, I would recommend to use Google Public DNS to get the fastest, most reliable dns so that connections are reliable and fast, see here: https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns
There can be a lot of reasons for why a browser will lose connection, usually it is because of some browser extension, but can also be due to being being a company firewall, or there is something about the site domain, it could be that the domain dns settings need to be checked.
I am here to help, I know Webflow can be sometimes tricky if something is not built in or works as you expect, but in nearly all cases there is a workaround or custom code you can use to achieve a particular goal. As @Siton_Systems mentioned, bugs do happen, we hate bugs and try to resolve those as quickly as possible and to improve the system. Webflow undergoes a lot of updates, see our updates page here: https://webflow.com/updates.