A. Blocs requires OSX 10.10 (Yosemite) minimum.
A. No. Blocs is Mac only. There are currently no plans to bring Blocs to Windows.
A. A Personal Blocs license allows you to use Blocs on up to 2 Mac computers. The Blocs Team license allows you to use Blocs on up to 10 Mac computers.
A. If you purchased Blocs V1 in 2016 you will be entitled to a free upgrade to Blocs V2. If you purchased Blocs prior to 2016 your upgrade fee will be at a reduced rate.
A. All updates for the current version of Blocs are free. For example, if you have Blocs 2.0 you can update to 2.2 for free. If you are currently using Blocs version 1.5 you will first need to upgrade to Blocs 2.0 in order to update to 2.2.
A. An upgrade to Blocs means you will replace your current version with a newer more superior version. The upgrade version will have major new features and will be more advanced than the previous, for example, if you were to upgrade from Blocs version 1 to Blocs version 2, this would be paid for. An update to your Blocs application means that there have been bug fixes or fixes to software problems. Some updates can also see smaller features added to the application. App updates are smaller changes, e.g. 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 and these are usually free depending on what version of Blocs you currently have installed.
A. Yes, we offer student discounts. To claim this discount and to help us verify with your university/college, you must provide evidence that you are currently a student. The ID must include your name, university/college name, years of study and D.O.B. In most cases a scan of your student card together with your programme of study or enrolment form should provide all we need. Please contact us at this email address with the necessary documentation.
A. If you need help on how to use Blocs or if you're having problems finding your way around, you should check out our dedicated Blocs Knowledge Base. If you need help building your website, why not stop by the Community Forum. There are lots of Blocs users there who are always willing to help out.
A. No. Blocs has its own file format and does not support opening other file formats such as HTML files.
A. Blocs is not designed as a tool that manages code, this means it's not possible to edit the code for an entire page within Blocs. However, Blocs does offer a HTML Widget, any code added to your page via this widget can be edited within Blocs. You can read more about the HTML widget here.
A. No. Blocs handles the design and creation of your website, it does not handle the hosting or the transportation of the exported code to your hosting service. In order to publish your site live, after export, you will need to use an FTP app of your choice.
A. Yes. There are no page limitations for websites created with Blocs.
A. Blocs doesn't come with any built in store checkout features, however, it is possible to integrate 3rd party solutions such as PayPal and Gum Road into Blocs using the HTML widget. It's also worth noting that, if you build your site to work with a CMS, it's possible to use a 3rd party store plugin for that CMS with your site once it's live.
A. Blocs currently supports Pulse CMS, October CMS, Surreal CMS and Cushy CMS. We plan to add more CMS's in the near future.
A. Not at the moment, but we are actively working towards offering 3rd party integration solutions.
A. We offer in-app email support as well as an online knowledge base. As we are a small independent company, we do not currently offer telephone support.
A. If you have found a problem with Blocs and want to make us aware of it, the best way is to log a bug using the in-app bug report system. Reporting Bugs via the in-app support system ensures your bug is dealt with by the correct person. To report a bug in the app, start the Blocs application and from the main menu select Help > Contact Customer Support.
A. If you are unable to successfully activate your copy of Blocs or need more help activating it, please refer to this knowledge base post that covers the basics of getting set up.
A. If you need to get access to your license number to manage activations or just for reference, please refer to this knowledge base post which covers the basics of accessing and managing license numbers.