Pinegrow WordPress Plugin update with these same improvements (except the CSS Tree Inspector which is a desktop-only feature for now) is available for download.
HTML Presentation Maker tutorial
Learn how to create HTML presentations using Pinegrow’s AI Assistant and a collection of slide templates. See how you can extend the tool with your own slide templates or even use it to create your own AI powered content creator app.
A fresh batch of Adam Lowe’s videos
Here are the latest Adam’s videos about using Pinegrow to tackle real-word web development projects:
The CSS inspector is great! The only problem I have right now is that it’s in a popup which gets in the way. Can this feature live in the style panel below the “Visual Editor”? That way I can collapse the Visual Editor and use this as my primary source to edit CSS in the UI. -Thanks!
@jonroc we could have a similar solution as we have for the Tailwind Class tree, where Visual Editor and the Tree inspector can be toggled (either one is shown, but not both).
In cases where both tools are needed, the Tree inspector can be opened in a floating panel. Would that work?
BTW. Great to receive some feedback on the new CSS Tree Inspector. We have not gotten a lot of feedback so far and I was wondering if it fits the needs of our users.
I’ve been using the Tailwind class tree lately and love its speed and ease of use. Right now, in another project, I’m also using the CCS Tree Inspector. And I like it, but I agree with jonroc: the pop-up is not ideal. It would be nice if it could be docked somehow.
And I want to let you guys know at Pinegrow that you’re doing a great job. Love the new stuff you’ve brought to Pinegrow in the latest releases - e.g. the theme.json, the CSS and Tailwind Class Tree, the AI improvements (thanks for the AI presentation example). And many thanks for all the ticket support - it’s always competent and to the point.
@matjaz it sounds like that will work b/c when I’m using the class inspector, I won’t be using the Visual Editor as much. I think I could get away without using the style panel at all and only use the class inspector if you added a delete option to the properties. From time to time I may want to toggle back to the Visual Editor but it would be infrequent.
The main thing is to get it into one of the panels somehow, even if it’s a separate pannel of its own like the style and properties pannel. -Thanks!