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BIG Changes Coming to Radiant WebTools!Tweet
A Pre-Beta of BarkBuilder 4.0 will be announced today at the HOW Conference in Boston, MA; another private Beta will be launched on July 18; more details to follow in the next couple of weeks.
We've also launched a new Partner Program that enables you to make anywhere from 5-70% on referrals! (Read more about the Partner Program here.)
Here are three of the major things you can expect in Radiant WebTools and BarkBuilder 4.0:
1. Absolute Design Control
You’re no longer limited in what you can accomplish from a design perspective. You can write your own HTML code, drag and drop modules anywhere you want. We’ve even written our own code library so that you can insert tags right into your HTML code (if you so choose). You can create as many templates as you want and have full control of how your site appears on a mobile browser. You can even create specific views for different types of mobile browsers (iPhone, iPad, Android, etc.)
2. Page Specific Module Settings
Control every page and make it look how you want it. You’re no longer limited as you were in 3.0. For example, if you want to create a content page that integrates your Twitter Feed and Blog in the right hand column, you can now do that.
3. Site Structure Changes
You’re no longer limited to having one blog, one events page, one news page, etc. You can create as many pages as you want with as many sections as you want. Drag and drop your entire sitemap in the order you want it, and create specific meta tags (for SEO) and marketing URLs for every page. You can choose to publish sections of your website on different dates, and we even give you a version history so that you can go back and make changes if you post something by accident!
Radiant WebTools and BarkBuilder 4.0 are going to change the landscape of how you create and manage a website. To whet your appetite, we’ve included a few screen shots, below. Enjoy!