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Thanks - but having bought a product that had a perpetual license just over a year ago for £££ I expect the product to last and NOT to have to PAY AGAIN (no Plus - hate subscription concepts). Out of respect to their customers there really should be some sort of crossgrade offer to those who put them in business.
As of today (with no info and being unable to log on) I really feel the time I spent making suggestions and actually publishing stuff on the support forums was a complete waste of time. Pagelines has cost a fair amount to purchase but an incredible amount of time and therefore - money - has been put into learning the package and convincing clients to look at it as an option. Just as we try to step forward it appears we are basically dumped by the company who's software were are trying to promote.
If there is no crossgrade offer then Pagelines are really saying to current customers - Subscribe Forever or ****off we don't need you anymore.
4 months, 2 weeks ago on Your DMS awaits.
I only bought a perpetual developer licence for PageLines Framework last year so I'm expecting to get continued support for that or some sort of crossgrade to DMS without having to pay every month.
Trust PL will comment here please.
When I looked at the intro video I thought brilliant....but
.....Extremely concerned that this is following the Adobe CC Cash Cow - pay or loose access to your software route.
Once tied into this method of operation users are at the mercy of the company to change costs at a whim. Going back to your clients and saying - sorry the cost has gone up today, like it or loose access to your website control is truly unprofessional. Having been an Adobe customer for well over a decade we decided not to be held to ransom over access to our creative work and not follow the CC route - sticking with current CS6 as so many of our colleagues in print and design and across a number of charities we work for have decided to do. Its not the ideal solution, but to have your work and reputation under the control of another company isn't either.
Putting a credit link on a site that no longer has an active license is appalling - you might as well stick a big advert or a flashing light on the front end. No client is going to swallow that and it is totally unnecessary.
We bought into Pagelines because it had a lifetime license - what happened? - happily pay a high initial fixed fee for DMS to know that use of the software was not going to change cost or suddenly become an issue between us and the client. And DMS is really expensive - comparable to the entire Adobe Creative Cloud subscription giving you access to thousands $ of software.
Lastly - there doesn't appear to be price for current Pagelines users? - i.e. those who provided the revenue for PL to grow?
4 months, 2 weeks ago on What is a DMS?
@nphaskins so overwriting the media based CSS is the only way
ie force it go responsive at a very wide setting - so its permanently 'under'
12 months ago on Decker
Would it be better to have
for the font-family, so it automatically matches the theme
rather than Verdana?
Any way to force the accordian under the images. I'm working on a narrow blog and it would make sense to have it underneath the images all the time.
1 year ago on Decker
Can you specify the start tab. I'd like to have the last one open to keep it looking tidy
The latest version of BBPress (2.2) currently breaks this BBPress support plugin.
Everything appears to work behind the scenes - but the forums vanish. Reverting to the earlier version (below) brings everything back to view.
2.13 appears to be the latest version that works with this plugin - PageLines are aware - awaiting a fix.
1 year ago on bbPress for PageLines
Now both me and my clients can divide up columns to our hearts content using simple bracketed code, rather than worrying about divs , classes and all the stuff that ends up wreaking a page with just one slip - brilliant. You don't know what a breath of fresh air it is (OK you wrote it - maybe you do ;), not to have to worry about the lower level html/css. I really hope this stays and becomes part of Pagelines - thank you.
1 year ago on Grid Shortcodes
@nphaskins Cheers. bfn
@nphaskins Yup - just trying to figure out which selector to adjust- without loosing the shadow. Tried .decker-slider at 398 and the container shadow vanishes.
Any hints on the correct selector and we'll call it a night. Thanks for support.
@nphaskins :) And I'll see if I'm missing the obvious. I'm still getting a (10 px) gap with the page wide open, which just doesn't happen if the side bar isn't there. Not laying the blame - like I said above - just trying to figure it out.
Appreciate the feedback.
@nphaskins Just trying to figure out what may be wrong. Once it flips to narrow with nav underneath its fine at any small width (as per your example). It seems to be holding a fixed depth until the page is small enough for it to flip to that sate. And I cant see why the extra slack is there and not wrapped tight to the image
@nphaskins No luck with any change to max width. Can't post link in public - its on a test page on a dev site. Don't mind in private if there is a way (support email) Do you pick up emails form purchases? (Just to add - I'm not one of those that expects ££££ of support for a £15 plugin) its just a little frustrating to find a glitch. Note: If I turn off my side bar(s) -the outer slider wrapper hugs the whole thing as it should - when resizing the page it resizes the images and jumps to bottom menus beautifully as you reduce the page width.
Further to this - it seems a Gap (extra space) appears under the images whenever the slider width is less than 620 or so wide - growing as the width is reduced - until the accordian flips to the bottom. Shouldn't the bottom of the accordian fit to the bottom of the images at all times?
Is there a brief list selectors to style the slider (or LESS formatting)
backgrounds, fonts - or is it a case if DIY in firebug?
Trying to use in a 450 wide column. Why does the accordian not wrap to the default images
There have a 110 px deep gap under the default image (decker-img-wrap) to the bottom of the slider
(decker-slider) sorry can's share link here but can post/email screen dump.
@nphaskins @Turnon thanks - purchased
@nphaskins @Turnon another vote for image links