The Pootle live editor (now called the Pootle live designer) – sneak peek video

The Pootle live editor (now called the Pootle live designer) - sneak peek video 2

Introducing the Pootle live editor

Here’s a sneak peek video of our upcoming live editor for Pootle page builder. Our aim with The Live Editor is to make it much easier to create beautiful WordPress pages. We’re hoping to release the Live Editor in early February. 

pootle live editor red from pootlepress on Vimeo.

Customer name: Greg Collett

From: Canada

About Greg:  Greg’s heart is on the open road, with his bike, touring North America.  Every now and then he takes a pit stop to design and build websites for nice clients.

Greg and Pootlepress: Greg has been using Pootlepress plugins exclusively for the last couple of years.  He’s able to build and deliver clean and cool websites with minimal hassle, keeping his clients happy, which means Greg can get back to the open road – keeping Greg happy 🙂

Greg says:Do epic s***

Uses: Storefront Pro and Pootle Pagebuilder.


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20 thoughts on “The Pootle live editor (now called the Pootle live designer) – sneak peek video”

  1. Finally a LIVE editor. Getting away from the back-end and testing the front-end look and feel. Tweak then test, move then test, enlarge then test, shrink then test get coffee and then test some more. Great work guys.

  2. Hi Jamie,

    I’m very interested in the Pootle plugins, however last time I tried one, i found that I could no longer use Yoast SEO to manage the SEO of a Pootle-created page, so I had doubts about how any Pootle-generated pages would have negative SEO impact, and refrained from using further.

    What’s your thoughts on using your plugins with Yoast please?

    1. Hi Scott,

      The page builder is SEO friendly, the issue with Yoast was caused by an update to Yoast on how it analysis and reads pages. This is only related to how yoast reads pages and has no negative impact on SEO. fyi we’re rolling out a fix for the Yoast issue in the next couple of weeks 🙂

  3. Looks great. Can’t wait to try it.

    Have you found that there is a limitation to how many rows you can have on a page? I het past six and it seems to get a little confused.

    I love page builder. Keep it up.

    1. Hi Steve,

      Thanks for the feedback – we’ve had customers running page builder with 90 rows so you shouldn’t have a problem with 6. This could be a server issue, but it handles multiple rows 🙂

      Kind regards,

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