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Revision 3.21

Better looking, more secure, and more flexible.

Automatic Improvements To Your Website


Spam Protection

  • If a user submits a form on the site more than 3 times in a short amount of time, a CAPTCHA ( image challenge ) is added to all forms on the site for a few minutes. The more the spammer tries to submit the longer they are banned. This does not prevent all spam, but it will reduce those automated attacks.

Embed Multiple Items

  • The embed functionality has changed a bit. Now you choose connections, and an option to embed or connect them. This lets you embed multiple items on a page, for example organizers on an event page.

New Attributes

  • Many applications now have an attribute option. Adding an attribute will let you set a value for that attribute for every item in the application. For example, add a page length attribute for books, now for every book you can type in the number of pages and it will be shown on the site. Attributes display graphs if you add a maximum. You can specify either a value or a description, depending on the type of data you are showing. Attributes are great for comparing items.

Automation Is Now Simpler

  • Automation has merged with connections. Simply set the mode to one of the automatic ones and your connections for that application are managed by AI. Flip back to manual and you have full control.


Newsletter Automation

  • Set the newsletter to send a digest of all new content at specified intervals. Or set it to send event reminders at a specific time before or on an event. For a specific event, everything the event is connected to is included in the email. Protections ensure subscribers get only one email every so often. Multiple events are combined into one email.

Better Layouts

  • Themes now have better layouts for press and testimonials. Also, themes have improved spacing between items on the page.

Monthly Site Status Reports

  • You will now receive monthly reports indicating progress on marketing, search optimization, and photography. Reports depend on which marketing guide you have active, so be sure to have the correct one chosen. Keep alerts low and work towards 100% score and good things will happen with your marketing.

Thank You For The Kind Words

AwareLabs is the first business centric website builder. Its built in guides and applications are designed to drive engagement.

Brandon Mason

Lead Developer
Torchlight Software
AwareLabs has changed the way we build websites. We can now consistently drive visitors and sales for our clients. It's made my consultancy enjoyable.

Laurent Painchaud

Chief Marketing Officer
Streamline Agency
Awarelabs is a fundamental change in how websites are built. Just add content and marketing happens, its a real game changer.

Jonathan Caroll

Marketing Director
1912 Coffee

New Website Building Guides

How To Build A Realtor Website

A realtor website has one simple job, support your marketing activities. With AwareLabs you'll have events for open houses, galleries for listings, landing pages to convert online prospects, and a newsletter built right in so you can email target people who showed interest in a a specific listing on your site.

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