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@Dannyh @peterluit Well dannyh if you don't understand what I am referring to, find yourself another job. Look what is happening here. Stop trying to talk around all this, let Andrew make a clear statement on the homepage, discontinue this blog here on this subject (which by itself is very successful in the number of reactions). You better put your energy in doing the things for your customers. Don't spend anymore time here. Close this one, it is the best you can do. But please a clear statement in a big font on the homepage. That will help.
7 months, 2 weeks ago on Your DMS awaits.
@MaxwellBoardman I know, I know, but they make the same mistake twice. From Platform Pro to PageLines Framework (they changed both product and website too) and now form PageLines Framework to DMS. They are too smalle to do both things at the same time. Come on. I know it will be OK in 2 months or so. But learn from your customers, THEY PAY!
@Dannyh @peterluit why do you remove everything referring to PLFW? You website is a mess, just like the time when you switched form PFP to PLFW? You should develop DMS (which is great by its concept) parallel to keep PLFW alive on your site. You should not have launched a new site as well. Your company is too small to handle two things at the same time. Sorry, but looking at all the reactions here, you should know better. Please listen to what your customer say. They pay you!!
@Dannyh @buddhatunes don't make me laugh: 'the only thing that has changes with PageLines Framework is that it is now feature frozen'. Look at what you are doing. You just remove about everything around PLFW. Is this the way PageLines handles their customers? You did this one before, do you remember? The step from PFP to PLFW was the same thing. Please take care of your customers.....
@Matthew01970 but I don't even see where I can activate anything. I can log into the pagelines website, but there it just lists who I am, and to their information I bought nothing, but I spent a lot of money already. And after downloading DMS I don't see any 'key' where to activate anything..... So still puzzled but patient enough to wait and see......
After trying to install and activate DMS, I just get some minimal 'things' in my Dashboard. No drag&drop section like the demo, just a dashboard to go to the shop and some CSS/LESS boxes. What am I doing wrong (if so)?
I am willing to do my best to accept all this, but PageLines should have prepared this enormous step 'a bit' better. After their experience with stopping with Platform Pro and their switch to PageLines framework, they should know how to communicate better with their customers to make another big step like this.
I understand the principe of this. You have PageLines, you have some (bought) ChildThemes and still you want to edit something. This plugin goed 'beyond' all other settings in Parent and Child. Even if you update aChildTheme, you can still keep your own settings using this plugin.
Nice idea in the first place, but what happens if a new version of the plugin appears? In my opinion this way of working is outside the WordPress guidelines for working with ChildThemes. I think #pagelines is doing this to give ChildTheme developers the possibility to make their won sales in the ChildTheme environment. You have to update so now and then, don't you? So this plugin is a way to sell ChildThemes and even modify things through this way. In this wat it is a bit strange to call PageLines a framework.......
1 year, 7 months ago on Pagelines Customize