Unfortunately, when we make major updates, saved projects from previous versions are no longer usable. We apologise for the inconvenience. When we do the next major update at the end of the month (May), it should be the last major update. We will hold a webinar to help users to do basic updates/edits to their
In the new version, the software creates an additional folder called 'mobile'. You should change the images in the mobile/images folder as well as the images in the main /images/ folder.
To view the site before uploading it, please open index.html in the folder of your newly created web site. This will open the page in your default browser. It may take a little longer to load and the contact form won't work until the site is uploaded to your web server because the site is uses php.
Following the update yesterday, we discovered the contact form was giving errors. We have fixed this in v 1.8 (Std) and v1.9(Video) but had to remove the captcha option on standard version. The index.html does NOT have the captcha but the index.php does has the captcha. if you want to use the captcha, just up
the load time of your site will depend upon: the speed of your server the speed of site visitors' broadband/wifi the file sizes of your images and video Try to optimize the file sizes of your images and videos i.e. Make them as small a file size without losing resolution quality as possible. there are [...]
Your new licence key was emailed to you. You may find it in your spam folder. If not, you can have it re-sent here – Standard Edition – http://bit.ly/web3requestkey Video Edition – http://bit.ly/web3vrequestkey
Inserting background videos on to your WEB 3.0 vide sites is very easy and can be done in TWO steps: Step 1: convert your videos to .mp4, .ogg and .webm and put those files either (a) in your dropbox 'public' folder (b) your web server or (c) Amazon S3 Step 2: Insert the URLs of [...]
Some anti-virus programs pull up 'false-positives' for new software titles that do not have a long track record. McAfee, Norton, AVG, Avast! and other antivirus programs have been found to bring up false trojan alerts because there is an exe file (Windows application) inside the wrapped download licensing sys
You can update your software in one of TWO ways: 1. Just uninstall the software the software from your PC and re-download from the download page and re-install. OR 2. Download the updated files from this link. Unzip and extract the files and then paste them into the folder in which you installed the soft
You can update your software in one of TWO ways: 1. Just uninstall the software the software from your PC and re-download from the download page and re-install. OR 2. Download the updated files from these links: Standard Quick Update Video Edition Quick update Unzip and extract the files and then paste them i