Get the most out of Pinegrow by mastering all its panels and tools.
Everything you do in Pinegrow is live. All the changes you do are immediatelly visible in one or more page views. There you can build and test your page at the same time.
The Library Panel
The Library panel contains elements that can be placed on the page. You can also use the Library panel to insert the code directly, to define your own components and load any page as a library.
The Tree Panel
The Tree panel displays the structure of the page. Use it to navigate and edit the page elements with precision.
Use Element properties panel to edit element’s attributes. For example, to edit classes of any element, or to change source and alt text attributes of an image. The panel also contains controls for properties defined by frameworks like Bootstrap.
Styling with CSS
Styling – painting and positioning elements – is done with CSS properties and rules. Pinegrow offers a collection of powerful styling tools to suit different tasks and workflows.
Pinegrow’s unique feature is deep integration of visual and code editing tools – both for HTML and CSS editing.
Add any HTML element into a custom snippet library and reuse it on the same page, on other pages and even in other projects.
History – Undo and Redo
History panel lets you move back and forward through HTML and CSS edits.
Drag & Drop
Drag & drop in Pinegrow has a bunch of useful tricks up its sleeve.
Tools & Helpers
Pinegrow contains many helpers and tools that can make you even more productive.
Getting the Most out of Pinegrow UI
Pinegrow comes with a powerful and flexible user interface that gets out of your way when you don’t need it.
Pinegrow has many useful keyboard shortcuts that can make your work even faster.
Using External Code Editors
Pinegrow is not an all-or-nothing web development solution. You can use Pinegrow alongside your favorite code editor or IDE like Atom, Visual Studio, Sublime Text, Vim, Emacs, WebStrom or Adobe Dreamweaver.