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Within HubSpot, we have come up with a great idea in which marketers can independently create web pages and landing pages without the help of the developers. This is in the form of drag and drop which can be called kitchen sink, as seen in the below image. HubSpot COS Design manager ( Beta Version ) has some great improvements in the custom module ( also adding the individual CSS and JS), so marketers can easily make it.
Content Staging is a development environment that allows you to redesign or create staged pages, before publishing them to your production site. Content Staging is available in HubSpot accounts as a website add-on (Site Pages).
So, today we’ll learn how to migrate your blogs from HubSpot to WordPress with a click.
Depending on the size, page load speed, scope, and goals of your website you can migrate from HubSpot to WordPress. The pages of the old website can be easily added manually to the WordPress theme, but due to a large number of blogs, we can not put the content manually. So, we have come up with an out-of-box way to do this, which will make it very easy.
If you are a HubSpot COS Developer, you just got lucky.
I recently did the COS work for a “Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Advisory” company in which I used some new “Libraries”. I had super fun playing with them. I am excited to share with all of you these “Libraries”.
There are 5 such libraries that you may find useful. Not just HubSpot COS developers, even web developers working on other CMS’ can also take advantage.
Having worked on HubSpot for 1.5 years, I have learned a lot, while still having a lot more to learn. Some seemingly minute details end up being very important for every web developer or HubSpot COS developer, to keep in mind. Here are 10 tips that I have learned to help use Hubspot optimally:
Have you noticed the spanking new HubSpot Design Manager? We certainly have and having access to the Beta version of the changes to come we are excited to give you the down low on them all.
HubSpot has recently launched its new design manager’s beta version. Here I will tell you about the new updates and changes.
A recent client who was Hubspot hosted had an abysmal page speed and was, therefore, losing out on SEO. I optimized the website to increase its loading speed and also I did some optimization to increase page speed in HubSpot COS. So there are a few tips that I can offer to those wishing to soup up their page speed. Read on for those!
The Hubspot Design Certification is coveted not just for the brand value but also for the sheer volume of knowledge it provides. Ranging from how to create a beautifully optimized website to placing custom modules from a designer visionary’s perspective, it dealt with it all. It sure seemed easy theoretically but once I got down to actually creating my first few Hubspot templates I realized exactly how hard it was going to be!
After 4 long months, last week my first HubSpot Template was finally approved and is now live on the marketplace.
Why 4 months? It should’ve been a whole lot easier to create kickass Hubspot templates, price it at $0 and upload it to Hubspot COS Marketplace.
But this was Inbound Mantra’s first attempt at HubSpot Website Templates for the COS Marketplace and hence there were a few internal processes that had to be created, documented and implemented. There were a few development issues, submission guidelines to be adhered to and a few other conversations that took place with Chris (an amazing Hubspotter).
So what were the 5 major dragons I had to slay?