FAQ

Do you offer support?

First off, thanks for using Postleaf. It means the world to me. 💙💚

Postleaf is open source, so it relies on a vibrant community of designers, developers, and users to help each other out. You can ask questions, help others, and even show us what your working on on the community chat.

How can I request a feature?

You can request a feature by creating a new issue on the issue tracker. However, please search for similar requests first. If one exists, you can cast a vote for it by adding a 👍 or 👎 reaction.

Please note that Postleaf has a different vision than many other platforms. If your feature doesn't get implemented, don't take it personally. One of the reasons Postleaf remains so simple to use is because I stay true to its core values and have the courage to say no. I want Postleaf to survive and thrive, not become bloated and bug ridden.

How do I submit a translation?

New translations can be submitted by creating a pull request (PR) on the main GitHub repo. Start by duplicating the default language pack and update it as necessary.

Corrections can be submitted the same way. Just edit the language pack and create a PR.

If you have questions or if you don't know how to create a PR, feel free to ask someone in the developer chat. We're always happy to help!

Can I Sponsor Postleaf?

Thanks for asking! Postleaf doesn't currently have any corporate sponsors, but I'd love to chat with you about sponsorship opportunities. Please get in touch with me on Twitter (DMs are open) to discuss things.

If you just want to say thanks or make a one-time donation, you can do that here. 🙌

Who Built Postleaf?

Hi, I'm Cory LaViska, creator and maintainer of Postleaf. I run a small software company based in Central Florida called A Beautiful Site, LLC. You can get in touch with me publicly or private on Twitter (DMs are open).

Thanks again for checking out Postleaf. I hope you enjoy using it as much as I enjoy developing it!