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@michael2 @arpowers @brightonkeller How were you forced to use DMS when Pagelines is still operating and supported?
1 year, 7 months ago on DMS Reviews & Roadmap
@michael2 @arpowers @CaseyGraffix Sorry to burst your bubble michael 2 but we love DMS, so far 7 commercial projects have been turned out in 3 weeks. Have not had any issues so far apart from those we have created ourselves.
What are the ground breaking bugs preventing you from completing your live project? So far i've only had 1 plugin that would not play nice with DMS which was Formidable Pro. Other than that it all seems pretty good to knock out sites? I've completed 2 small commercial sites with DMS so far that work fine.
1 year, 8 months ago on DMS Reviews & Roadmap
@Lucas Garvin @Iamak I think I read somewhere that the release was 10.30am their time.
1 year, 8 months ago on What is a DMS?
@Crispee @CaseyGraffix I've been reading reviews on the current version in blogs and they rated it really well at the time of writing but many articles have messages telling people to avoid it due to the lack of developer response and bugs. Glad I went with my gut feeling and purchased DMS.
@nphaskins @DaveBlewitt hmm yes it was a reply but somehow i made a new post.Maybe I need a lesson in posting also.
1 year, 8 months ago on The problem with themes…
You see fanboy I came on here with a question and you have turned this into your own personal look how fucking good I am as a coder post.
Your opinion of my ability to code is laughable seeing as you have never met me or seen my work. Generalize much? and as i said before Oh Great Coding Master who has a couple of 2 bit extensions in the theme store, I'm here to look for secondary solution to fit some clients needs. Full stop! Are you the owner of PageLines? I think not and stop hassling potential customers.
If you are the typical demographic that is developing plugins for PageLines then I will make sure I stay well clear of the store, I'd hate to inflate your ego any further.
So crawl back into whatever hole you came out. Your doing nothing for the reputation of PageLines nor are you helping to sell their product as big of a fan boy as you seem to be. typical WP wanna be Elitist attitude from you. I have had a gut full.
@nphaskins@DaveBlewitt@CaseyGraffix"most developers stopped using Dreamweaver about 10 years ago" lol what planet are you on? I'm not even going to respond any further after such a statement. hahaha you gave me a good belly laugh right there. See ya.
@nphaskins @CaseyGraffix I can assure you my knowledge in code is extensive I just don't see the point of coding in PL when i can just as easily code in Dreamweaver?
@nphaskins @CaseyGraffix My objective here wasn't to be negative or start a fight and i have said on many occasions I hope it will fit into my way of working, I was talking about layout specifically not the guts of the content. anyway I'm out this convo and I'll wait until next week and see if it fits my needs. Peace :) Cheers Dave
@arpowers @batonrougecounseling lol can i be added to your list, I'd surely subscribe to that kind of service. :0
@nphaskins I looked at PageLines a while back and it didn't offer me enough freedom. I couldn't recreate my concept designs exactly and this is where it failed for me. So I went back to CSS coding. I could however design around the PL ways of doing things but that just seemed to be doing things around the wrong way.
I've been developing since the late 90's, well a developer/designer actually and have been one of the few whom have avoided WordPress as I've always written my own functions and designed my own CSS. I'm hoping all of that changes with something like DMS for the design and WP as the engine so that I can stop trying to reinvent the wheel every time I start a new web site. I have big expectations for DMS and really hope it allows me the freedom to truly create what I want and how i want it. :)
@MichaelDevaney The days of being a web designer exclusively are gone with WYSIWYG and Drag n Drop around everywhere. Even most graphic packages these days can export semi decent web pages without the end user knowing what they are doing.
The moms basement web designers have almost killed the industry pricing structure BUT thankfully mobile phone apps are now our focus and these are a little harder to drag n drop!