January 30 2024


  • Feature Added a new option to change the title position for "collection" sections.
  • Improvement Greatly-improved the reliability and speed of large GIF images (Thanks, Andrew!).
  • Improvement Improved admin formatting so toolbars don't cover image lightbox controls (Thanks, Kevin!).
  • Improvement Improved internal architecture to allow for faster and more easily-maintainable "sections".
  • Bugfix Fixed issue that caused page tags to show up too many times in collection tag menus (Thanks, SeĢbastien!).
  • Bugfix Fixed an issue that caused the mobile header of the "Canyon" theme to be too wide in some cases (Thanks, Justin!).
  • Bugfix Fixed issue that could cause changes to themes and layouts to appear not to save and revert to previous state.
  • Bugfix Fixed issue that sometimes caused "spread" sections to stop working.
January 11 2024


  • Improvement Updated the image lightbox with the ability to browse images from adjacent image galleries, without the need to exit and re-open (Thanks, Elaine!).
  • Improvement Added the ability to have links open in new windows (Thanks, Koji!).
  • Improvement Introduced caching system to the admin area to ensure the latest assets are always used.
  • Improvement Privacy policy updated to reflect the reduction in 3rd party services used to provide our service.
  • Bugfix Fixed issue with editing links that prevented the correct properties from showing up.
  • Bugfix Fixed issue that prevented image limits from being raised in some cases.
  • Bugfix Fixed issue that prevented link titles from updating in some cases.
November 30 2023


  • Feature New migration tool to assist in moving a website from V1 to V2.
  • Improvement Increased the threshold for data density before a PNG file is automatically converted to a JPEG.
  • Improvement Added Mastodon and Threads to social media links/icons.
  • Improvement Improved responsiveness of the "Hide Page" checkbox.
  • Bugfix Image caption live previews made to support line breaks.
  • Bugfix Fixed issue that prevented link titles from updating in the sidebar when edited.
  • Bugfix Fixed issue that caused pages to disappear in certain cases.
October 05 2023


  • Improvement Improved the title of links shared via text message and social media (Thanks, Brent!).
  • Bugfix Fixed issue that causes drop down menus to stop working in some cases on V1 websites.
  • Bugfix Fixed issue with dragging of images being offset in Firefox and Edge browsers (Thanks, Alex!).
  • Bugfix Fixed issue with live preview area's scrollbar being inaccessible on Windows computers (Thanks, Roman!).
  • Bugfix Fixed an issue that caused custom robots.txt content to be erased (Thanks, Christian!).
September 13 2023

Design Overhaul


The most unique feature of 22Slides has always been its boldly-streamlined user experience. It's simple, straightforward, and free of unnecessary complications.

With the release of V2, we doubled down on our minimalistic approach, fundamentally changing almost everything, both to better match people's expectations of how a website editor should work, and to provide a solid platform to support new features for years to come.

Now, roughly a year after V2's debut, we've just introduced a significant user interface update. This release greatly refines many of those decisions that make V2 great, and reimagines some others that were holding things back.

Improved page management

Now, you can easily see all the pages on your site at once, and drag them around to exactly where you need them to be, moving them between the main navigation and subpages. Jumping between sections and control panels to move pages around is no longer required.

A new, yet more familiar-feeling design

We redesigned many elements of the admin area to both better utilize negative space and adhere to common design patterns. Our tabs, form inputs, and other elements now look more refined, more familiar, and allow for more space for actual content.


Smoother workflows

Aesthetics aside, we also made major improvements to overall usability. Now you can select elements, make changes, and move on to the next task without losing your place.

Previously, the single sidebar had to constantly change with the current task. This was disorienting at times, making it easy to get lost.

We introduced a second sidebar on the right side, which allows for more familiar workflows with navigation on the left, the canvas in the center, and details on the right, similar to Adobe Lightroom, Sketch, or most popular photography and design applications.


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