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Pinegrow Web Editor 5.99 – December 17, 2020

Bootstrap 4 Blocks – SVG icons – SVG manipulation – WordPress local media sources – BrowserSync – Performance and bug fixes.

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Bootstrap 4 Blocks library

Pinegrow finally got a native Bootstrap 4 Blocks library that works with a simple three-steps workflow for creating uniquely designed websites.

Get started with Blocks.

2000+ SVG icons

SVG images are great for using as icons, instead of bloated icon web fonts. Bootstrap icons and Remix icons are available as a part of Bootstrap 4 Blocks, but can be used independently of blocks with any project, regardless of what framework (or none) is used.

To use the icons on non-Bootstrap projects, go to File -> Manage libraries & plugins -> Bootstrap 4 Blocks -> Activate. Skip adding resources to the project, when asked.

In the Library panel, open the Blocks tab and navigate to Bootstrap or Remix icons.

SVG manipulation

Properties panel got useful controls for inline SVG images and SVG sub-elements. The most useful is the ability to use the current CSS text color as fill or stroke color.

To be able to select individual SVG sub-elements, expand the SVG image node in the Tree panel.

See a short demonstration:

WordPress local video and audio resources

Local sources for <video>, <audio> and <source> elements are now automatically mapped to the theme folder.


Preview page in browser now supports live preview with BrowserSync.

Learn more about setting up and using BrowserSync with Pinegrow.

Performance improvements

We changed the way how changed CSS stylesheets are applied to the page views. This should solve issues with slow updates and freezes that occasionally happen when working with large stylesheets.

Bug fixes

And, we never run out of bugs to fix.

Last updated on December 17, 2020 at 6:30 am

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