by Steve Testone on April 17th, 2013
I realize that it's been awhile since the last update, but that's only because I've been too busy cramming awesomeness into the new Themes 2.0 app. We are going to start sending out invitations to our private beta test so if you'd like to try it out, let us know by leaving a comment below. Hurry up, because we are only sending out a limited number of invites!
by Steve Testone on January 7th, 2013
For us 2012 was a year spent developing the next version of SnapPages and 2013 is the year we unleash it on the world. In fact calling it the "next version" almost doesn't even do it justice as it's pretty much a complete relaunch. All of our most important apps are being recreated from the ground up. We've already released a lot of our new stuff in at least some sort of beta form, but we've saved the most dramatically updated and improved app for last. The Themes app.
by Steve Testone on October 5th, 2012
We've added some new features to the billboard editor in the beta that you should know about. You can now change the vertical cropping of your images on the billboard slides (move pictures up and down). You can also change the fonts (about 50 to choose from) on the slides and alternate between white text on a black background and black text on a white background.
by Steve Testone on October 1st, 2012
For those of you using the new beta version of the Pages 2.0 app, we've just added some new features you need to know about. If you aren't using the beta, you can find instructions on how to do that by clicking here.
New Image Features
We've added two highly requested features for the images on your website. You can now easily add ALT tags (helps with SEO...google it...) and you can also enable a "zoom on click" feature. This basically allows a user to click on an image and instantly view a larger version of it. To see how this works, just click on the image to the left.
Previously, the only time you would need to publish a page was if it was a "draft". This meant you were still working on it and didn't want it to be viewed online at all. But what if you are working on an existing page that is live on your website and you don't want the changes you are working on to go live just yet?
by Steve Testone on September 17th, 2012
Today we are opening up the beta testing for the new Pages app to everyone that wants to try it out. We are very excited about this release and what it will mean for the SnapPages community and we hope you are too. The Pages app is our flagship app because it handles the all important job of creating and editing your web pages. For this reason we are having a much longer beta testing time than normal because we want to get it right before it becomes the default editor.