Scroll Kit used to help people build website without any code with their drag and drop elements (visual online editor).
The co-founders @Scroll Kit, Cody Brown and Kate Ray worked towards making the process of building website more like drawing in a piece of paper.
My co-founder and I have spent the past year building a site that makes website building more like drawing. It’s called scroll kit.
The team confirmed in their acquisition announcement post that scroll kit will be shut down in three months & the existing users can download their work in the next six months, find the download process here
However, the existing scrolls will continue to be online in read only mode.
Unfortunately, scroll kit as you know it will be shut down, and for that we’re deeply sorry. The editor will shut down in three months. You’ll be able to download all of your work in the next six months and after that, scrolls will continue to be online but the site will become read only.
The co-founders also describes their old association with WordPress and how they stared their online existence using WordPress as their platform.
In a sense this change feels like we’re coming full circle. For both of us, WordPress was our entrance into the web. Kate wrote her first HTML and CSS to modify a theme. Cody used WordPress to launch NYU Local. We’ve watched in admiration as WordPress has grown steadily over time.
I’m sure this combination of WordPress and Scroll Kit will be beneficial for the WordPress users & they can look forward to even more user friendly and interactive way to create web pages.
Hope, the self hosted WordPress sites also gets a piece of cake