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Active 4 Replies 123 Views 2018-11-28 18:33:00 HTML Builder
Usually, people using this kind of applications don't really need further explanations. However, since this is an open app/platform and could be used by newbies as well, I have made some small presentations about how to use it. 

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Stonewolf replied
2 Months

We have added 26 ready-made templates and you can import them directly from builder! Check video below.

Stonewolf replied
2 Months

When you build your page, you can also "transform" your *.html index to *.php in less than 10 seconds. Add at your very top the following code (see below example) and change the extension from *.html to *.php. 

Let's say you have "index.html" inside your fresh exported project. Open the file and add the code - at the top of your page and this is how it should look like: 

 Code for transforming html to php

As a fully working page, click on the link below:

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Stonewolf replied
2 Months

Watch below the video presentation. It's pretty much self-explanatory.

Stonewolf replied
2 Months

In case you haven't already noticed, on the first page there are some screenshots showing how is actually the HTML Builder is working. 

First of all, you need to reach the builder itself. For that, you have to purchase a membership. Is not something you couldn't afford if you really want a good looking landing page or even a complete website. This tool DOES NOT provide a full application web programming (such as *.php, *.node, *.javascript, *.pearl, *.ruby or any other web program). It's not about building full applications, it's about building landing pages and simple websites. After all, HTML is a markup language! First byte is everything. 

Now, once you have reached the Builder, hover on the left side and the panel will open.


Hover on blocks side and open the elements. Drag them into the canvas and start working!