Pinegrow PRO is an edition of Pinegrow Web Editor with powerful tools like Projects, Master pages and Smart components, perfect for building and managing multi-page websites.
Learn more about the features unique to Pinegrow PRO.
Pinegrow lets you open any folder as a project. The file tree of the folder (project) is displayed in PRJ panel. There you can easily open pages, add new ones, delete files and so on. Projects are the foundation of other PRO features: Master pages, Smart components and Libraries.
Master pages let you define a common template for all the pages in your website. Any changes made to the master page will be automatically applied to all pages that are based on that master page. Master pages usually contain editable areas that can be customized on the content pages and will be preserved during updates.
Smart components are reusable website elements that can have editable areas. Any HTML element can become a smart component. Like Master pages, all changes done to the component definition will be automatically applied to all instances of the component, across the whole project.
Editable areas are used in both Master pages and Smart components. They are layout elements that can be customized on content pages and in component instances. Different aspects of elements can be defined as editable: the content, attributes and classes.
Every project can be loaded as a library of another project. That means that all the components and resources defined in the library project will become available for use in the current project. That’s a powerful way of defining reusable website components.
Partials are HTML documents that contain only a part of the complete page. Partials are usually used with web apps where the app logic dynamically constructs the page. Edit partials within a selected container page or use Save partial action to export partials on every page save.
CMS for static HTML websites
Pinegrow CMS lets end-users edit static HTML websites without touching the HTML code. There is no code on the server, no API calls and no generators. Just HTML.
Last updated on February 14, 2017 at 8:32 pm