About the migrationIf you have an existing account on one of the previous versions of Portfoliobox and you are thinking about switching to Portfoliobox 4
Portfoliobox 4 is the latest version of Portfoliobox. It is as easy to use as Portfoliobox 3, only much more flexible and customisable, allowing you to add
After you've signed up, one of the first things you want to do is to create your very first page. Creating a page is very easy, take a look at the step-by-step
Build your site Portfoliobox offline. When it is complete, publish it and choose a domain name.
You can now build your Portfoliobox site offline, take the time you need to get the result you want. When you're ready, publish your site and choose a domain.
To share your site on the social media, for example, click See Live to visit your site and copy its URL.
See the latest releases and updates in Portfoliobox 4
Grasp the difference between pages, sections, and elements in your Portfoliobox website.
Streamline website management with our user-friendly admin panel. Access powerful tools for content control, analytics, and more.
After signing up, the first thing you want to do is to create your first page. Setting up your first page is not difficult at all, depending on your content
A blog is an online journal that you can share your updates and ideas with your website visitors. It's a good idea to have a blog on your website - it is good
A blog post is an individual entry of your online journal on your Portfoliobox website. In a blog post, you can add different types of content block, upload
Making a draft or setting your post as unpublished is a great feature where you can set your post to not be visible in public while you are still working on it.
The order or placement of your post is determined by the date set of your post. The most recent post will be placed at the top followed by the older posts.
To edit a blog post on your blog, simply follow the steps below: Select the blog page you wish to edit by going to Your Content > Pages. Afterwards, select the
Tag is used to label or give an identification to your post. It gives your visitors an idea of what your post is about. Another benefit of using a tag is to
Comments can help you get feedback from your visitors about your blog posts and improve visitor engagement. This feature is enabled automatically after creating
To check all your blog post comments, simply go to the Cog Wheel Icon > Messages > Blog Tab > Comments. The information is placed in the following order:
Blog Teaser showcases some of the blog posts that can be seen on your blog. Once a visitor of your site clicks the blog post on this section, it will redirect