Development Update #11 on Magic Pages

Another thursday – and I have some exciting updates to share with you all.

As you might have noticed, on Tuesday, I launched v0.1 of Magic Pages to all of you. All early bird customers should have received a separate email from me to get access to it. If you haven't received it yet, please let me know.

The days leading up to the launch were quite stressful for me. It seemed like there was one bug after another, and nothing was working correctly. The biggest issue was the backend server that suddenly stopped sending emails, even after working correctly for weeks while I tested it. In the end, I ditched the server and set up a new one with a different hosting company. It was an easy fix, but still a real pain.

Aside from that, I also finished the first Magic Pages exclusive theme, Vienna: I'm excited to develop this further, but for now, my focus is on a theme that's specifically focused on newsletters.

If you have a great example of a newsletter-focused website, please send it my way. The first step in developing a great product is always to look for inspiration, to see what works and what doesn't.

Now, coming back to the launch, I'm pleased to say that it went smoother than I expected. Some of you have sent me some minor bugs, which should be fixed by now. However, if you still see something that doesn't seem right, don't hesitate to reach out.

Lastly, I am thrilled to see some of you already building websites! It's exciting to see Magic Pages in action, and I'm looking forward to seeing what you all create.

Thank you for your continued support. Please don't hesitate to reach out with any thoughts or ideas.


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