This release includes performance and reliability improvements to our back end processing.
.cssfiles now supported
Since the last release, we’ve focused on back end performance and infrastructure. Performance and stability has increased across most of our services, including an improved system for processing sites. Sites are now processed, compiled and compressed faster and more reliably.
This release includes a redesign of the link pop out in the Visual Editor. The design is more consistent and streamlined for users. The preview mode is no longer required.
A DOS attack early last week forced us to review page performance. The improvements made are:
/cats/_postsare separated from those inside
/_posts. All drafts remain in
/_drafts/, upon publishing the category decides where they should go. No change will occur if you have all posts in
This release contains a fix preventing some users from making payments.
Today we introduce a new pricing model. This creates a better agency flow with less upgrade steps and white-labelling. You can read more about it in our pricing change announcement.
CloudCannon will look very different. Everything from the login screens to the app layout has changed. Here is a complete list of the UI Changes