Sandvox 1.6 adds plug-in discovery

Karelia software on Thursday released a new version of its Web site building tool, Sandvox. The new version adds several new features including plug-in discovery.

Plug-in discovery is a way for Sandvox 1.6 users to view a list of third-party plug-ins directly from within the application. Plug-ins include new page types, pagelets and designs provided by companies like Jumsoft, SWD, and Blueball. Prices for individual plug-ins vary by company and product.

Sandvox also takes some steps to improve search engine friendliness to get your Web site noticed. With the new version, users are able to customize the site's window title and meta description for each page individually.

Rounding out the new features is support for blog commenting systems Disqus, IntenseDebate and JS-Kit.

Sandvox 1.6 is available from the company's Web site. For new users the application costs $57.

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