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What a mess, as always with Pagelines.
Do we now have to pay again to keep using this Framework or should I say the "revolutionary" DMS system???
I don't see any revolutionary thing about it. Still the same features, still the same Drag & Drop thing only now it is kinda in your browser window underneath the site and not via the backend of Wordpress. Ok, maybe a bit more handy. But is what is so revolutionary about this?
I also don't understand their pricing system. I has changed again. First you had Pro and Dev, then you had that "Plus" thing and now again something else.
The fucking thing is that when you have about 10 sites running on Pagelines you have to swallow with this crap.
1 year ago on Coming back online…
Indeed what does this say... a lot of crap. Pagelines is just trying to create a sort of forced hype I guess. We will see how "AWESOME" and "AMAZING" it is for ourself the 24th.
1 year ago on What competitors think about DMS
Just a quick remark from a designer: Why make your demo's so ugly? Just a little bit of styling would make this way more attractive for potential buyers.
1 year, 1 month ago on Scroll Header Pro
1 year, 2 months ago on Showoff
Would your super dopper section be able to display 2 DIFFERENT Fixed Navbars on 2 different pages. So to be clear, add a Fixed Navbar A to page A and an other Fixed Navbar B to page B. If you see what I mean.
If so... sold.
1 year, 2 months ago on CrackBar
Hi Nick, this plugin comes just at the right time for me. It looks
really great and is what I am looking for. Can I count on it that you
will include a full menu option? Just to make sure before I promise the
client something :)
Thank you for your great work.
First GREAT JOB! Looks awesome. When I look at your demo (in Firefox 18.0, Safari 5.1 and Chrome 24.0 on a Mac) I see in the notes 2 white scrollbars ( a vertical and horizontal one) even with only comment displayed. See screencap. Is this normal? Should it not hide itself when not necessary?
Thank you in advance for your kind reply
1 year, 6 months ago on Porter