A question for the experts on JS editing -The pinegrow created blocks (gallery/selection of my work) are very slick, however I want to add additional gallery items, so for example, one of the blocks has sections
What sort of level is required to edit this gallery, add sections, gallery items, basically create a larger gallery, suited to a photography website, as I know you can duplicate items (from the tree) yet this doesn’t work for the gallery, which I guess is due to the JS?
However, based upon the DEMO at Bootstrap Starter Kit, it looks like they are not updated to include all the added the blocks, provided in the latest version. Which would be nice for Pinegrow users, as well as other provided block additions as well for use.
I am a little curious about the licensing now, I assume Pinegrow worked something out with Bootstrap Starter Kit for inclusion into Pinegrow?
Pinegrow User you should move into digital design investigation lol
When I started to edit my websites manually using atom, I did notice the index files included reference to themes, this may explain why when creating pinegrow blocks, the text mentions we don’t have permission to create templates to resell or offer for free (which is fine with me) - If I move into theme selling, I will only sell themes created using my own blocks.
edit: found the answer on their website
> _"Wherever you buy Bootstrap Starter Kit from, it is provided with a_
_ basic Standard License, unless you have specifically purchased an _ Extended License. The Standard License allows you to create websites for yourself or your clients. It does not allow you to create templates for sale or to upload as free templates."
Returning to this thread, I should say that regardless of who originally created these blocks, the work involved in making them available (through Pinegrow) is much appreciated.
The blocks are a great way to create the structure of your website, but in terms of their appearance, if I showed you 4 of my current example websites, you wouldn’t know they each started with Pinegrow blocks and I prefer to use my creativity, rather then rely on being handed new blocks each release.
I’m now at a stage where I need to start saving my own blocks with Pinegrow, so I may just upgrade (to pro) as I know many have said its complicated, yet having all my blocks saved in Pinegrow would make life so much easier!
I was merely pointing out their origin, I have no issue with it.
Likewise I think it could help some to have more starting points. Pinegrow is an excellent app that can benefit many skill set levels: Beginners, Further Learning HTML, CSS, Developers, Wordpress Folks, CMS, Etc., Etc. Blocks are just one aspect of all that, but could also help to bring on board an extended user base of new users when coupled with a more mature cleaner and easily approachable UI/UX.
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if I showed you 4 of my current example websites, you wouldn’t know they each started with Pinegrow blocks and I prefer to use my creativity … [/quote]
Show them! I think that’s the point though, also why those Blocks are from/called “Starter Kit”. You certainly see a lot of cookie cutter sites however where people don’t express creative freedom beyond the basics, either for a lack of effort or required understanding.
Pinegrow_User, wasn’t having a go at you buddy! was Just saying - didn’t want to give the impression we had an issue with the starter kit’s origin - if truth be told I thought the pinegrow team created these blocks from scratch!
And yes I will show my websites soon, I think we should all show our work, i’m just putting final touches to my designs - I’m actually busy working on a website for a charity (that I’m building for free, as I’m a nice guy ) and once completed, I will create a thread in the lonely showcase category