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@artohoff @DianeRuiz721 Wish helpdesk would fix mine. I've sent 3 emails since last night. No response.
12 months ago on Your DMS awaits.
@DianeRuiz721 @batonrougecounseling Thanks Diane, will do. Glad to know I'm not the only one. Still no contact from anyone. I imagine it's pretty bad for them at this point.
ACTIVATION ISSUE: Purchased single DMS Pro license. Did a fresh wp install using instant wordpress so i can work on my site without putting it up on a server. Entered my email and activation code, and nothing happened, it's stayed in basic mode. Entered the info again, and clicked activate, and now it says "Exceeded maximum number of activations". AND it's still not activated. Tried emailing hello@ 3 times since yesterday evening. No response. Just tried tweeting, so now posting here. PLEASE help me out here guys, I need to work on my site this weekend, and I can't do anything until I can activate. Shouldn't you have a way to reset the activation through the pagelines site? I'm DEAD in the water here. Pagelines login is toddatkins. Thanks.
Suuuuure they were doing already. Heh.
1 year ago on What competitors think about DMS
@nphaskins your site is badass. does DMS do parallax effect out of the box, or is that a plugin or custom code?
1 year ago on The problem with themes…
Your site is badass, love the parallax effect. Is that a standard/easy effect in DMS?
If this is as easy as it looks, I'm sold. I'm excited. I wanna make a badass site with minimal effort and have people say "wow, your site is awesome". And me thinking to myself, "yeah it was way easier than it looks". I want to be able to focus a lot more time on my content instead of design problems or css tricks. I want to be able to KEEP UP with the current "look", so that I don't have to completely revamp and start over when I'm ready to update/upgrade. If I pay $50 or $60 bucks a year for a subscription, I wanna feel like it's a steal. I wanna shell that cash out happily and feel like it's totally worth it year after year. I want to be surprised and catered to for no extra charge. Just pay my yearly fee and I get the boss package. Yes, I want to be a BOSS. I want inclusivity, not exclusivity. "You, little user, get all this MACK DADDY stuff for your meager $50/year." I don't want to fight with the damn thing, I want it to soothe me, yes SOOTHE. Instead of me thinking, "damn, why the hell did that make it this way" I want to think, "holy cow, they thought of this? wow!" Romance me Pagelines! Make me happy! Thrill me to the marrow.
The announcement of DMS excited me. I was ready to fork out my ~$80 or so bucks. Now a subscription I dunno. Scares me a bit. I am a small business owner and was just about to roll out my upgrade from platformpro to framework (which I've been working on offline for some time now and yes I know I'm slow) and then I hear of DMS so I'm excited but now worried about cost. I pay about 160 a year in hosting. If DMS is $5/month, that's $60/year indefinitely in addition to hosting. How about make it $50 a year if paid in advance? I'd do $50/year, *if* it's as awesome as you say it will be. And if it goes to open source and github, then there should be some exciting stuff happening. Let me echo what others have said: it *must* support IE, or I'm out. Seriously, out. 18-25% of my traffic is IE. As much as I hate IE and micro$haft, one missed visitor on my site can cost me thousands in revenue and I can't afford to chase down IE bugs and fixes. Yall just hire a 'lil dude whose sole job is IE functionality. Pay him in M&Ms or something. OK, anyhow I'm gonna wait and see. Oh please don't disappoint.
1 year ago on Why DMS will be open source.