Frequently asked questions
Who can use Subfolio?
Anyone (with a bit of geek in them)
- anyone with FTP or WebDAV access can use it
- anyone with little development experience can set it up
- anyone who codes can really benefit (and even profit) from it
I have no experience at all
Get your web-geek friend to set it up for you or find someone in the support forum to help you out.
You can: upload content via FTP or WebDAV.
I can’t really code, but I can find my way around
Great, this app is for you. You will be able to do most everything you need pretty easily.
You can also: install and configure Subfolio and use enhancers with no problem.
I code HTML/CSS
Even better, you are going to have some fun making it your own. Once you’re done, please share in our support forum.
You can also: customize an existing theme and create a new theme.
Let me at it, I eat code for breakfast
Right on, have at it. If you do something cool, please share in our support forum.
You can also: change existing features and add new features
I’m in the business of web design
Dude, there’s money to be made. Many of your clients probably could use Subfolio, so offer it to them. You can easily get a few hundred bucks for installing it for them or more for customizing a theme or the functionality.
Just be cool and buy a license for each client/domain you install it on.
Does Subfolio have special hosting needs?
Nope. Subfolio was made to be drop and go as long as you have the correct system requirements. Of course each server is set-up differently so you might need to see with your system administrator to make a slight adjustment.
Can I use Subfolio on a shared host?
Yes you can. A dedicated server gives you more control of the environment (eg. if you’d like to use special characters in URL’s) however all Subfolio features should work within a shared hosting environment (with PHP5 enabled).
What do I need for storage and bandwidth?
Subfolio is no different than a normal website. If you are going to use it as a file server, consider a dedicated server with lots of storage. If you are famous, consider a hosting account with high bandwidth allowances.
What if I don’t want it for my main website?
No problem, we recommend setting up a sub-domain such as studio.example.com. It’s clean and purdy.
About the license
Is Subfolio a hosted service?
No, it is a PHP5 app that you run on your own server. However, a hosted version is part of our future roadmap.
Is there a user limit?
No there isn’t.
Is the price a one-time fee?
Yes and minor updates will be free to licensed users. Major upgrades will require a new purchase.
How many domains are included?
Can I transfer my license to another domain?
Can I use Subfolio as a base for my own project?
Sure you can, as long as you don’t sell it.
Can I install Subfolio for my clients?
Yes, we recommend it. Many of your clients could probably benefit from Subfolio. Just be cool and buy a license for each client/domain you install it on.
Do you offer refunds?
Unfortunately no. By purchasing Subfolio, you are getting access to the complete source code … so there’s no going back baby.