In a continuous effort to open up Brizy Cloud even more, I’m excited to let you know that we’ve added 3rd party free hosting options in Brizy Cloud.
We’ve come a long way in the last 12 months, adding most of the features and functionalities originally planned and promised back in 2018. As we are gearing up to Brizy PRO 2.0 launch, we are releasing the last batch of Lifetime licenses.
I’m excited to let you know that we’ve released a new design update for Brizy Free & PRO. We’ve added 14 premium landing page designs. This marks the start of the Free Brizy design commitment. We plan to continue to expand this initiative and add designs in the Free version on every update.
Let’s start 2020 with a bang, with two new updates for Brizy Free 1.0.109 and Brizy PRO 0.0.32. We’ve added the new Contact Form 2.0 that comes with a bunch of new fields and it’s FREE SVG support and Lazy load for Chrome. Video overview after the break.
I’m very excited and proud to announce this amazing and long anticipated design update. We’ve just added over 500 new blocks in this new Brizy Design Kit with 250 blocks on each variation dark and light, plus and that’s not all. More after the break.
We’ve added a cool new feature that lets you show/hide all the hidden elements on your page. You know that annoying spacer element that you hide in the builder but it is still there, and you can’t get a feel on how things will actually look on your front end ? This feature, fixes that.
Here we are with a new important update for Brizy. I know, I know, it’s been a while since the last update but I promise it was worth it. We’ve improved Brizy a lot in the past months plus this update is the foundation for a lot of great things that are coming in the following weeks and months.
Find out what is in the works and what is next for Brizy’s WordPress page builder from this state of the development blog post. We answer some of the burning questions floating around. Read everything about it plus find some screens and gif of features coming soon.
We just hit 50k active installs. We would like to thank everyone who gave Brizy a chance and more importantly to our early adopters that invested in Brizy not only their hard earned cash but their invaluable feedback that helps us improve and innovate with every feature we release.
We’ve just added two optimization features that will have a major impact on your website loading speed and SEO. One is fixing the random image names generated by Brizy, this will help with SEO. The second is we’ve added native ShortPixel image optimization at a press of a button.
Starting today you’ll be creating client websites with Brizy even faster if that’s possible. We’ve added a bunch of keyboard shortcuts that will improve the speed you work with Brizy and make your life much easier when it comes to copy-pasting styles, duplicating content and more.
Bring some pizzazz to your website with the brand new gradient color options and hover effects on columns, rows, and blocks. A couple of long time coming features that let you bring some cool nice touches to your website.
I super excited to let you know that we’ve added two long awaited quality of life features in Brizy that will drastically improve the ease of use on Blocks and Anchors. I’m talking about a live thumb feature for blocks and the ability to rename anchor links. Continue reading to find out more.
The main idea behind the right click functionality is to provide a context menu that appears when you right click your mouse, and have access to a couple of options that will basically let you be more efficient and do things faster.
This is nothing short of amazing, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who downloaded and uses Brizy and maybe more importantly to our early adopters that invested in Brizy not only their cash but invaluable feedback that helps us innovate with every feature we release.
Brizy visual website builder 1.0.25 is up, you can download it right now directly from your WordPress admin. This is our first update from the Brizy Pro launch plan that we’ve detailed in the previous blog article. Let me run you through what we’ve added in this update and explain each modification a bit.
The Brizy public roadmap is live. Stay up to date and have a clear(er) view on what are are working on, what we’re about to work on, and what we’re thinking about working on! Plus you can comment and vote on your favourite features that you want in Brizy so we know what to put in first.