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Discover and read useful articles, tutorials and awesome resources related to web design with Pinegrow.

  • An Interactive Guide to Flexbox

    If you wish to brush up your Flexbox skills, take a look at the interactive guide created by Josh Comeau (not affiliated with Pinegrow).

  • Creating Post Loops in Pinegrow Web Editor

    Loops are one of the core building blocks of WordPress. Pinegrow has a fantastic loop builder that gives you tons of flexibility with a simple interface.

  • Conditionals in Pinegrow for WordPress

    Take a simple login button and find out how you can use conditions to turn that button into a “My Account” button if/when a user is logged in.

  • Pinegrow is Not a Page Builder

    Adam Lowe explains how Pinegrow WordPress theme builder is different from all other existing builders on the market.

  • Create a Native WordPress Block Plugin Using Pinegrow Web Editor

    In this video tutorial, Adam Lowe, President of Peak Performance Digital creates a plugin with native WordPress blocks to display custom and dynamic data from custom blocks and post types inside a biography grid using the Pinegrow web editor. All without any code!

  • Display ANY WordPress Custom Field using Pinegrow

    Did you know that you can display any WordPress custom field using the Pinegrow Web Editor? It doesn’t matter whether you are using Advanced Custom Fields (ACF), Meta Box, or any other tool – Pinegrow can handle them all just as easily.

  • Custom WordPress Blocks with Pinegrow Web Editor

    In this video, Adam Lowe, President of Peak Performance Digital shows you how we create completely custom WordPress blocks using the Pinegrow Web Editor. These blocks do not rely on third-party plugins or add-ons and can be easily edited using any standard text editor.

  • Is Pinegrow Right for Your Agency?

    Adam Lowe, President of Peak Performance Digital discusses some of the problems he is experiencing that have more to do with the platform than with Pinegrow Web Editor.

  • Pinegrow Initial Impressions

    Adam Lowe, President of Peak Performance Digital, recently migrated a website from WordPress and Elementor to a custom WordPress theme with custom blocks, all created in the Pinegrow Web Editor. He discusses his initial impressions of the tool and how it can fit into the way he does his clients’ projects.

  • Summer recap 2022

    See what we did this summer: three releases, a bunch of tutorials and articles.

  • Pinegrow at the WP Builders Fight Club

    Pinegrow participated in the WP Builders Fight Club challenge to build the same website with a bunch of different WordPress tools, and to compare results.

  • Journeying to improved profitability with Pinegrow 

    I’m Tim Bowerbank, Director, www.pendigital.co.uk and I am a recently converted advocate of Pinegrow. I have been using Pinegrow for 18 months now. It’s transformed our web development business into a more productive, and hence, profitable venture. I want to tell you about our journey to improved profit with Pinegrow.

  • 3 useful tips for WordPress theme development with Pinegrow

    Developing WordPress themes with Pinegrow offers you a major paradigm shift.

    You don’t have to be a pro developer and code your templates by hand to produce high quality themes that comply with official development guidelines. You don’t have to force yourself to use a site builder plugin (Elementor, Beaver Builder, Divi) which will certainly make the initial design easier, but which will impose its own format, its own limitations and above all which will considerably hinder the performance of your site.

    However, with great power comes great responsibility, so here are 3 pieces of advice that may help you make the right decisions.

  • How Does Pinegrow Compare to Webflow for Web Designing Without Code?

    There are a number of products on the market to allow users to put together a static webpage with little or no coding. On the surface, the Pinegrow Web Editor and Webflow are very similar products that let you accomplish this task. They both allow users to easily assemble web pages visually, using a variety of elements that can be positioned and styled on the page with visual controls and without writing a single line of code. Pinegrow does this in the form of a stand-alone web app that does not require the internet, while the Webflow builder is completely on-line.

  • WordPress Theme Development basics: We get you covered!

    Our documentation about WordPress theme development covers the most recurring topics and questions, but it turns out that it is rarely the first place where Pinegrow users seek for information.

    So here’s a reminder of the sections we find most appealing in light of the questions we recently received in the Pinegrow Technical Support inbox.

  • Pinegrow Web Editor 5.97 is out

    Tailwind Visual Editor add-on – Drag & Drop with collapsed elements – Reorganized HTML element Library – Copy paste attributes – Combined Undo history and more.

  • Introducing Pinegrow 5

    Pinegrow 5 is available for download. It comes with “Focus on…” mode, Handling inline styles and other styling improvements, Drag files from the Project panel and more.

  • #pinegrowchallenge2018 Winners!

    The #pinegrowchallenge2018 operation is now over and we are proud to announce that it is not 3 but 5 winners who took the time to share their testimonial about how they use Pinegrow and that we will reward today!

  • Happy 4th Birthday Pinegrow!

    Pinegrow 1.0 was born on January 8th, four years ago. At that time, Pinegrow was just one more indie app, launched with zero marketing, facing the most likely prospect of never making it through the first year.

    Yet somehow, the stars aligned and sales started trickling on the very same night.

  • New Year Challenge

    Post a testimonial on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Linkedin or write a blog post about how you use Pinegrow in your everyday web design process and win 1 full license that you can keep or offer to a friend.

  • Color the Boxes

    The Pinegrow Challenge: take any tool you like – including coding by hand – and try to be faster than Pinegrow at using classes to style a bunch of boxes.