Airship CMS FAQ

  • How long does Test Pilot pricing last?

    Your projects are locked in at the Test Pilot prices as long as you start your projects before our public release (scheduled for Summer 2017).

  • How does Airship CMS compare to other content management systems?

    Check out our Comparison Guide that shows how Airship CMS works compared to other popular content management tools.

  • Can I host an Airship project on my own server?

    No. Airship projects are hosted on our servers. However, if you are concerned about security, redundancy or uptime, please contact us and we will see if we have alternative solutions.

  • Are there any fees for changing plans?

    Nope. Your subscription will be credited or debited the difference in price if you change subscriptions mid-cycle. There are no other fees.

  • Do I need to know how to code in order to build an Airship project?

    Yes. To build a project, you must know to use a terminal command line tool and you must know at least HTML and CSS. For very n00b developers, we are working on putting together a Getting Started Step-by-Step Guide to building a small Airship project.

  • Is Airship compatible with other payment processors?

    Airship is natively compatible with Stripe. PayPal integration is possible, though has not been tested thoroughly yet (beta).

  • Can Airship projects handle localization?

    We don't have plug-and-play localization tools yet. However, it's definitely possible to store alternative language content blocks and serve a certain set based on a visitor's locale.

  • Do I need to know how to code if I am going to write content for a website?

    No. If you are simply creating content for an Airship project, and you are not the designated designer or developer, you won't have to touch code. You can manage your project entirely from the online Airship Admin Portal.

  • Can I use Airship if I program on a Windows machine?

    Not yet. Airship CLI is availble for OSX and Linux.