New support portal

As announced last week, we have been working hard on improving the SB Pro support infrastructure. Today, these efforts manifest themselves in the launch of our dedicated support portal: https://support.sbpro.io. Up until today, we have been using Slack to provide...

SB Pro v1.0.1 released

Let me start off with offering an apology for being a day late with the v1.0.1 update (although it is still technically Monday in some parts of the world). We did promise to push out releases on Monday, however we ran into some difficulties with our auto-update...

Adding a logo image to a navigation bar

A much requested feature is the possibility to add a logo image to navigation bars. In version 1.0.0, all navigation bars have text logos and it wasn’t possible to replace these text logos with an image. As off v1.0.1, users can now place a logo image in a...

New site and live demo (finally!)

New SB Pro site Today’s the day we finally launched the new SB Pro site. It’s been in the works for a while, and due to everything else that’s been happening the past weeks, it took a little longer than we initially planned for. But alas, today...

Moving forward and the update release schedule

Update schedule We have been getting some questions about what’s next for SB Pro now that we have finally officially launched. And, in particular, when the next update can be expected. So let’s start with that one; we’re planning to release one...

Upcoming feature: form submissions

One of the most requested features for our SB Lite product was to have the ability to deal properly with form submissions. Since both HTML Builder and SiteBuilder Lite contain blocks with forms, a great number of buyers were expecting, and rightfully so, that those...

Changes to the SB Pro release schedule

Our sincere apologies to all our pre-order customers and everyone else who’s been patiently waiting for SB Pro’s release date. Unfortunately, we’re forced to modify the release schedule and effectively push back the private beta release by two...

SB Pro release schedule

As you are all aware, the official release date of SB Pro is set to the 30th of April, so a little less than two weeks away. Even though we have made tons of progress working towards a version we’re comfortable releasing to the public; we have decided on the...

Upcoming feature: component drag & drop

With SB Pro, end-users will have access to a more advanced drag & drop interface (compared to our other builder products). Rather than only being able to drag and drop entire blocks, end-users can now drag and drop individual components such as grids, headings,...