Latest SynthaSite Release!

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We have just rolled out our first new release for 2009. Here is a quick summary:

1) 7 new palettes for our new default style. There are some lovely choices, so take a look. Create a new site! Or you might want to use one of the palettes to give your site a whole new look for the new year!

2) A HTML validator to prevent bad code from being saved. We know our users love to get creative by adding widgets to their sites from a variety of sources. But when you save invalid code this can break your page and make it impossible to edit. Some of you may have encountered this problem. From now on you will get a warning message telling you which widget is broken so that you can fix the code or delete it before you save. This might be disconcerting the first time you run into it, but we really hope it is going to make site building easier, and save a lot of unnecessary frustration for many people.

3) Abuse pages to make filing an abuse complaint easier. Perhaps not a fun feature but a much needed one. Click on the link in the footer of our site that says: "Report Abuse." We hope people will use our software for it's highest and best use, but sadly not everyone does. If you would like to file a complaint, please use this mechanism rather than the Get Satisfaction forum. We don't want to give offending sites any undue attention!

3) Lots of bug fixes. Thanks to everyone who reported a bug in the last few weeks. Many of them have now been fixed. Please give whatever was troubling you another try. If the one you reported is still not fixed, drop us a note and we will be sure to catch it next time.

This is a first release to get us on the way to a great new year together. There are some big things ahead for SynthaSite, so keep an eye on us. We thank you for your support and as always, we value your feedback.
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Hi Monique, any plans to release more text fonts in the future?

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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Yes, that is on our to do list. It will hopefully be addressed as part of a bigger project to improve our styles.