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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.

  • Add your own components to reusable library

    NOTE: This feature was renamed from components to HTML Snippets to avoid confusion with new Smart components. Now you can add any HTML element into a custom snippet library and reuse it on the same page, on other pages and even in other projects. This is a great way to save hours and hours of your […]

  • Components

    Smart components are reusable website elements that can have editable areas. Go through this article to learn about everything you can do with them.

  • Master Pages

    Master page is a Pinegrow PRO feature that enables you to define common structure and interface markup elements for your Web site, including headers, footers, style definitions, or navigation bars.

    A master page can be shared by any of the pages in your Web site and removes the need to duplicate code for shared elements.

  • Projects

    Pinegrow PRO lets you open any folder as a project. The file tree of the folder is displayed in PRJ panel. There you can easily open pages, add new ones, delete unneeded files and so on.

    Project mode is the foundation of Pinegrow PRO features.

  • Pinegrow PRO

    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.

  • Editable areas

    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.

  • Libraries

    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.

  • Working with partials

    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.

  • Using partials for Pinegrow UI dialogs

    Partials are HTML documents that contain only a part of the whole page, for example a widget, or in this case the content of various Pinegrow Web Editor dialog windows.

  • Build your own Blocks

    Everybody loves blocks! The idea of having a set of reusable website sections is very appealing. And for a good reason – most websites and web apps share a lot of similar elements: navigation menus, headers, services, portfolios, and so on. So why not package these sections into blocks and use them to quickly build different websites? With Pinegrow, that’s easy & quick!

  • Pinegrow CMS for static HTML websites

    No code on the server. No API calls. No generators. Just HTML.

    Pinegrow CMS lets end-users edit static HTML websites without touching the HTML code.