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All plans include unlimited viewers, the Chrome browser extension, and email support.
Only people who need to create new page mods (record website edits using the browser extension) are 'creators'. Everyone else is free.
Anyone you share a page mod link with can view it and add comments. They can sign up or comment anonymously. Every plan includes unlimited 'viewers' and 'views'.
When you add a 'creator' to a team/org account, they can create new projects and invite other users that count towards the account's limits.
The account owner always counts as the first creator.
When you use the Mod&Dot browser extension to record changes to a web page, then hit the "publish" button, you create a page mod.
A page mod stores your code edits, before & after screenshots of the page, comment threads, the page url, the date it was edited, who edited it, and other basic information.
Every plan has a limit about how many page mods you can store at once, but you can delete them anytime to free up space.
You actually don't need to know any coding whatsoever to get started. Mod&Dot provides a way to edit text without having to use the DevTools panel at all (it only needs to be open).
To make more complex edits, you don't need to know how to build websites from scratch, just enough HTML & CSS to accomplish the edits you want to make. So, Mod&Dot is useful at any level of coding ability.
The amazing thing about browser DevTools is that it's risk-free. You can edit without worrying about breaking anything. So even if you're uncomfortable with code, it's a safe way to tinker and get started!
Of course, the more you know about HTML & CSS, the more advanced edits you'll be able to achieve in DevTools. However, to make simple edits to a web page using the Mod&Dot browser extension, you only need to know basic HTML & CSS and how to open DevTools (Mac: Command+Option+C, Windows: Control+Shift+C). Hey, look at that! You already learned something!
P.s. Learn to Code with our free ebook if you're a little unsure. It covers everything you need to know to make basic HTML & CSS edits.