Hello Mister Robot,
We keep all of your changes on a website for 30days (so you can restore to a previous version easily). As for the database and cloud functions we do have a daily backup to the AWS S3 Amazon servers.
About SEO, It will depend on how you will optimize your website but we can tell you that our SEO assistant will help you optimize every element of your pages, you also be able to make changes directly in the SEO assistant and see your SEO score changing as well. This will help you to optimize your website and will give you recommendations on how to improve your score and place more keywords.
Finally, the assistant will also generate robot.txt and sitemap.xml files for you.
You will receive an alert when you reach 80% of your allocated bandwidth, and another one when you reach 100%.
At any time you can add additional bandwidth for your website, which does not expire and is used when your main bandwidth monthly allowance is depleted.
Pricing for additional bandwidth is $5 for 20GB, $15 for 60GB, $25 for 100GB etc...
Yes we have a font manager in the project settings in the page builder where we fetch Google Fonts API to list you their fonts and enable it on your project on a single click. If you're using a custom font you can import it in .ttf, .woff or .woff2 and we will automatically convert it into the other formats to make it works on Safari, IE, Chrome, Firefox…
Hi Question Bot,
As long as your website runs on JS, CSS, HTML you can simply upload a ZIP file of your website into the Code Editor section (top of your dashboard) and once in you can right click on "/" in the file explorer and choose “Upload ZIP”, this will upload and extract your ZIP file.
However Importing a website means you won’t be able to use our pagebuilder to modify that imported website.
To do that from the Pagebuilder, you can just go on the header section, and then click on the button to add HTML and CSS. You can also add a block of source code to customize your sections/elements.
Overwise you can also go to the code editor to edit directly the code 😉