Author: Una KapunanUna provides both written content and customer support for Page Builder Sandwich. When she's not busy with either, Una tries her hand at beatboxing and learning other languages (this year, it's Japanese).
There’s a tendency to overlook the importance of good customer support, especially if you’re a business that only provides a certain avenue for communicating with your customers (i.e. one-on-one email and chat). So how do we fix that?
Page Builder Sandwich helps you, well… build websites. Keeping your audience reeled into your page (and successfully generating leads) is a different story altogether, though. Don’t get us wrong. Lots of sites can achieve this without a worry, but that’s usually because they spend a significant amount of time and research doing just that. In contrast, some sites admittedly have a little trouble pulling it off, and more often than not, some of them don’t know where to begin. But don’t worry – Page Builder Sandwich will try to lend you a hand with that very same thing. Why is Continue reading →
We’re collaborating with Cloudways, one of the most awesome managed cloud-hosting platforms on the web. If you haven’t heard of them yet, they’re pretty trusted in the WordPress community, proving to be one of the most reliable hosting services around. They have some pretty awesome features too, such as Multiple Cloud Infrastructures, Multiple Datacenters, and SSD Hosting, plus 1-click cloning, 1-click backup and restore, and 1-click domain mapping. The good news is that we’ve teamed up with Cloudways to create an exclusive promo for Page Builder Sandwich aficionados who wanna give Cloudways a try or as a treat for existing Continue reading →
Only a few weeks ago, we released PBS Version 4.1. This update included tweaks on the formatting bar and some text formatting updates, among others. For Version 2.0 though, while we made additional features, we decided to focus more on PBS’ overall performance. 200% Performance Increase & A Little Help from CodeInWP What prompted this change was an article about page builder expectations from CodeInWP. It featured a short list of their favorites, reviewing them each under a specific criteria. While Page Builder Sandwich didn’t make it on the list itself, we were also briefly mentioned in the article: With Continue reading →
PBS Version 4.0 has been our biggest update yet, and with its release, we’ve included a new game-changing feature, the Full Page, Niche-Based Templates. The Full Page Templates are a set of 10 professionally designed, niche-based templates. They’re ready to use upon downloading PBS, and can be used as is, or may be tweaked to fit your taste. Use as a Starting Point for Your Page The use of templates is one of the most efficient ways to produce webpages. They’re commonly offered as a quick solution to problems regarding site design and layout, offering the user with several (usually Continue reading →
After Version 4.0’s release last January, we’ve continued working on PBS’ development, adding both fixes and improvements. We’re excited to share them with you, so here’s what we have up or sleeve for the Version 4.1 update. Formatting Bar Enhancements The latest 4.1 update revolves around the text formatting bar. Aside from resolving a lot of bug issues, we’ve also improved some stuff on the bar that should make your experience with PBS smoother and more efficient. Color Picker Updates In the earlier versions of PBS, the color picker had some issues that was somewhat of an inconvenience to the Continue reading →
The parallax scrolling effect is a design technique that’s relatively new in development and web design. Over the past few years since it’s hit the scene though, it’s grown pretty popular in its own right, and with good reason, too. Parallax Scrolling Defined Parallax scrolling is a technique wherein your web page’s background image scrolls at a slower rate compared to the foreground image. It gives the user a unique sense of depth and action while scrolling through a page when used on a website. Without Parallax Scrolling The elements of the web page – the text, images, buttons, etc Continue reading →