Sitemaker Software Ltd

Amita Apr 10 Moonfruit news / Announcements

This release will include the Facebook 'Share' button on blog posts, the ability to add and remove fields, edit labels and control your ‘required’ field option on the form. It will also include a fix for the Favicon not rendering in v6.

We will be rolling out the update to the software between 14:15 – 14:45 BST 10 April 2014. Although no disruption to service is anticipated, we recommend that users save any changes before this time. After this time, we advise customers to hit refresh on their browsers to ensure they have the latest version.

This update is now live. 

Steven Mar 28 Moonfruit news / Known issues [RESOLVED]

Google has recently changed the API for its maps service. This has caused Google maps to become incompatible with our HTML Snippet tool which means a map will no longer show on your site.

Our developers are working to resolve this issue and we will provide an update as quickly as we can.

In the meantime, you could try implementing a Bing map on your site.

UPDATE: The change in API has actually caused some firewall software to block Google maps. It is likely that various firewall software providers will update their software in time but you should be able to manually allow Google maps to show on your computer.

Amita Mar 07 Moonfruit news / Announcements

This release will include the blog with comments, form styling options, and the ability to download submitted form data to your computer.

We will be rolling out the update to the software on Monday, 10th March 2014. Although no disruption to service is anticipated, we recommend that users save any changes before this time. After this time, we advise customers to hit refresh on their browsers to ensure they have the latest version.

The update is now live.

Andy September 04, 2013 Moonfruit news / Announcements

OK. You may have noticed a little update this morning. 

Any users out there who hadn’t checked out the delights of v6 via our EAP (Early Access Preview), now have the option to convert directly through a button in your site. 

Just in case you don’t know, v6 is the next stage in the development of our software.  Based in HTML5, it makes it possible to view your website on smart phones and tablets, just as you would on your desk top.

So, what to do?

Well, before you go ahead and take the plunge, please read the following instructions carefully…

How to migrate to v6

 

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