Shared Draft Pages and Websites

Share individual draft pages or entire websites for feedback before publishing them online. You can share drafts through email, SMS, or a unique preview link where you can toggle between the desktop and mobile view of the page.


To share a draft page or website, click on “Shared Pages” under your Site Settings tab.

PageCloud Pro Directory

Browse through our growing community of creative professionals. You can hire a PageCloud Pro to help you design, build, and manage your website.


Section Browser UI

Based on feedback from our customers, we redesigned the Section Browser to help you quickly find the perfect sections to build your site.

The new, full-screen version lets you browse sections in:

  • Your template
  • Other templates

As well as our 3 full-featured libraries:

  • Essentials
  • Classic
  • Modern


Twitter Card Support

PageCloud automatically adds relevant Twitter Card Markup to your pages and blog posts so they look good when shared on Twitter.

Here how your page settings are displayed on Twitter:

  • Open Graph Image = twitter:image
  • Page Title = twitter:title
  • Description = twitter:description


Note: you need to save your page in order for Twitter Markup to be added.

Link to Sections or Anchors

You can now link to a Section or Anchor found within one of your pages. This new feature helps guide your site visitors to a specific part of your website.


To link to a Section or Anchor:

  • Select a PageCloud element
  • Click on the link tab
  • Choose the page you want to link to (defaults to current page)
  • Choose the Section name from the dropdown or add the Anchor used on the page*
  • Decide if you want your links to use SMOOTH SCROLL and how you want them to open.
  • To activate your link, click on CREATE LINK

*To use an Anchor link using a #, you need to have a target on your page. To add a target, select an element and then add an ELEMENT ID under ADVANCED > CSS SELECTORS.

PageCloud App: Speed Improvements

Our Engineering team has made significant changes to improve the speed and performance of the PageCloud App. The more sites and pages you have, the more noticeable the difference.

For example, page loading in the Editor and Dashboard are now up to 5x faster. 🏎️

Text Reflow

When the height of a text box changes, Text Reflow adjusts the vertical position of your content to maintain your design on both desktop and mobile.

Text Reflow activates when:

  1. You add or remove lines of text
  2. You change the font size associated with a text box


Note: You can enable or disable Text Reflow using the Toggle found under "Advanced" page settings.


Here's a video that explains everything you need to know about this new feature:

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Classic Collection

We're happy to announce the release of PageCloud's second full-featured collection called "Classic". Just like PageCloud "Essentials", the Classic Collection provides you with hundreds of professionally designed sections to help you build and expand your website.

You can explore the Classic Collection through the Section Browser: classic-collection.png

If you’re aiming for a timeless look, the Classic Collection is for you. Its traditional layout, paired with rich tones and refined typography, will make any site look polished. classic-collection.jpg

Note: Over the next couple weeks, we will be launching several additional templates based on the Classic Collection. This approach provides you with hundreds of matching sections to help you build out new pages.

Multi-text box styling

You now have the ability to change the styles for multiple text boxes at once:

  • Step 1 - Select multiple text boxes
  • Step 2 - Select "TEXT" from the Editing Menu
  • Step 3 - Adjust the text styles


Note(1): if you select multiple text boxes with different styling, changing an attribute will override that attribute for all the selected text boxes.

Note(2): Changing text attributes will typically affect the height of a text box. This may require you to make vertical spacing adjustments.

Password Protected Pages

You can assign a password to a page so that only those who know the password can view the content the page.

How to set a password

  • Head to your Dashboard
  • Select a site and click on the "Pages" tab
  • Click on the arrow in the bottom right corner of the page you would like to protect with a password
  • Select Password Protect (see picture below)

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  • You can keep the auto-generated password, or set up a custom one
  • Click Update Password to set a new password.

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  1. Your password will be encrypted for your protection. Once saved, you won't have the ability to read or copy it.
  2. When you visit a password-protected page, your browser will ask for a Username and Password. The Username field can be left empty.
  3. If your browser remembers passwords, you won't have to re-enter the password when visiting a protected page for a second time.
  4. The Home page of a site cannot be password protected.

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