PBS is rebranding as Frontly! While we’re still making this new builder perfect for you guys, we’ve decided to release a series of posts to let you know exactly what it is you’re getting once Frontly hits the market.
Great news for developers: in Frontly’s upcoming release, we’ll finally be launching the Frontly API. It’s currently still in development, but you’ll finally be able to create addons and extensions for Frontly. Of course, we’ll also be launching an API documentation to go along with it for a smoother, more functional experience. We can’t wait to see all the great stuff you guys are gonna come up with. Here’s a short list of some of the APIs we have so far: 1. Text Formatting Bar API With the Text Formatting Bar API, developers can extend the functionality of Frontly’s text Continue reading →
A few months ago, we announced the launch Frontly Builder, a bigger, better front-end page builder with increased performance and awesome new stuff. Think of it as a new and improved version of Page Builder Sandwich. It’s still in the works, but it’s coming real soon. In the meantime, we’re sure you guys have some questions about Frontly. So here’s a short FAQ for everyone! What will happen to my PBS-run site?/Will I lose everything I’ve built using PBS?/Will the Frontly update destroy my website? No, definitely not! Everything you’ve made using Page Builder Sandwich will remain intact, and nothing will Continue reading →
Page Builder Sandwich has a feature that we collectively like to call Fancy Background Effects. There are three of them: the Parallax Effect, Video Backgrounds, and the Ken Burns Effect.
PBS’ Fancy Background Effects give your website the boost that it needs to attract site viewers. They’re a surefire way to grab attention, and when executed correctly, can yield eye-catching results in website traffic.
Convince your visitors to stay on your site and to convert that site visit into a lead. Landing pages help you do just that. More specifically though, well-crafted landing pages help you to do just that.
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?