Piengrow v5.0 All in One Web Editor + Crack
Build websites faster with Pinegrow 5
a Mac, Windows and Linux web editor that lets you build responsive websites faster with live multi-page editing, CSS & SASS styling, CSS Grid editor and smart components for Bootstrap, Foundation and WordPress.
Pinegrow opens and saves standard HTML and CSS files. That means:
- Your work won’t be locked into a proprietary file format.
- Just open and edit your existing projects.
- You can use Pinegrow alongside other web development tools.
Use Pinegrow to:
Create websites from scratch or edit your existing projects. Pinegrow has everything you need to build websites: HTML editing tools, styling, framework tools, component libraries and more.
Quickly mockup a page
Use element library to quickly put together a page mockup. Duplicate the page and play with different layout variations.
Use CSS variables and functions
Use variables instead and other SASS and LESS goodies. Use math expressions and functions like lighten and darken to create designs that can be customised by changing just a couple of variables - all in real time.
Style a page
Why stop at mockup? Just go ahead and turn it into a custom designed webpage by styling elements with CSS rules. Edit rules through the Visual editor or write the code directly.
Make your page responsive
Open multiple pages that share the same stylesheet. Style changes are reflected on all pages in real time. View them at different screen sizes.
Edit content of a page
Use Pinegrow as a CMS for your static Html pages. Move elements around and double click on any element to edit its text content.
Try templates online
Just open a template demo from the internet and start customizing it with your images and content. Immediately see if the template works for you or not.
Need a quick code snippet?
Need a Bootstrap form or a navbar? Design it in Pinegrow, change its layout with a single click. Select the form and copy the HTML code.
Collaborate with others
Use standard source control tools like Git to manage your code and to collaborate on projects with your team members.