Introducing New Features and FTP Accounts

While it has been quiet on the clickbooq blog front, it is not for lack of activity. This past month we’ve been hard at work tweaking clickbooq’s Toolbox – where you build and manage your website – and your front-end flash website. We’ve listened to your feedback and requests to introduce new features and enhance the visitor experience across all of our portfolio websites.

Different visitors have different objectives and surfing habits. That’s why we’ve added click-to-advance on your portfolio images. Now users can browse images by clicking on the portfolio image, using the previous / next buttons, or selecting Slideshow mode. Slideshows

Plus portfolios now loop back to the beginning, instead of ending on the last image in a portfolio. We’ve removed the transition delay at the start of a Slideshow so once initiated, slideshows play immediately. And when visitors use the Lightbox feature to send custom galleries from your website, we’ve improved the email deliverability, decreasing the likelihood of Lightbox emails being classified as spam.

By popular demand, we’ve added FTP accounts for all users. You’ll have access to 250 MBs of FTP storage space to share your high-res images and post PDF files. You can also use FTP to post simple HTML-based Web Galleries you’ve exported from Photoshop – although the Lightbox feature built into your Toolbox is a more elegant solution for posting private galleries. Simply zip your files, upload them to your clickbooq FTP account using an FTP program like Fetch or AceFTP, and then send the link to your clients to download. For detailed instructions on using your new FTP account, login to the Support Center and do a quick search for “FTP” to find the KnowledgeBase article. Now that we have FTP enabled, adding blog hosting and other third party services should be coming down the pipe soon.


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