Our summer release is here! We have been working hard in the lab on our latest beta feature: HTML Import. This feature allows you to import an HTML page from a URL or upload HTML code. We then work our Pulse magic, parse out each section of the URL or HTML code into editable blocks, create a page, and voilà you can edit text, images, URLs, etc. in the backend of Pulse!
We are so excited about this new beta feature we are doing a summer sale! Know someone who would be interested in dabbling into the world of web dev? Let them know cause our summer sale is hot off the press! From now until August 21st Pulse Premium will only be $99! Use coupon code: PULSESUMMER to unlock the newest feature!
Not only does this edition includes all of our best features including HTML export, easy-to-use HTML templates, blocks, and upgraded security features but, we also made a few tweaks to the navigation menu.
Feel free to drop us a line below for other features you would want to see in upcoming updates!
Paid users: Download Pulse 6.0.6
Free users: Download Pulse 6.0.6 Core
- Beta HTML import feature
- Improved navigation menu functionality
- Updates to code fixing some minor user bugs
The feature limitations of Pulse Core (free for most) are:
- Limited to 1 user.
- Automatic upgrade feature is not available.
Both are available in the dashboard 14.
Yes, it includes the same support as the standard PulseCMS version.
Yes. While you cannot create more than one user/password, you are free to share the login information.
You or your clients will need to buy a license to PulseCMS if their business generates more than that. If your income or revenue exceeds $400,000, you will need to purchase a license for production use. You can still use PulseCMS Core for development or evaluation until you're ready for production.
We want to make PulseCMS sustainable. We're experimenting with this as a more careful initiative than making PulseCMS fully free.
Not quite. Because you cannot publicly share or redistribute your code modifications. Typical open source licenses such as GPL or MIT would allow this. However, the source code in Pulse Core is fully visible in the ZIP file, and individuals can modify it. It is a proprietary license with source code.