Add some more functionality rather then just text and images. A small blog app, a calendar app, add forms or edit forms. Add pages with SEO Friendly URLs. Ability to add a navigation(not a main nav). Something like that.344 votes
We’re starting work on “Widgetizing” Pagelime in August.
Allow people to create a blog for a site with PHP enabled. Additionally let users edit and create posts straight from PageLime, without having to log-in to a separate application.233 votes
Yes – we’re still working on this, but we’ve scrapped most efforts that we couldn’t support long term. I’ll try to post more on the blog. Blogs are database driven and we’re flat… it gets tricky.
Now that are you finalizing the iPhone app, please consider also an Android Version. And please make the possibility of translating this apps in other languages like, in my particular case European Portuguese124 votes
We’re releasing the iPhone App next month. After that we will get right to the Android app, and then an iPad app!
To stop confusing from clients, i think the WYSIWYG editor should import the CSS styles and apply them within the editor so it is truly "what you see is what you get". This will stop clients from forcing text to be a certain way when in fact it is styled correctly through CSS already.118 votes
You can already do this to a degree – you can specify a content stylesheet URL in your site settings, and this stylesheet will be applied to any content in the WYSIWYG, and event the “styles” drop down menu will include the classes from this stylesheet.
I’m keeping this open because we’re also working on a true inline editing branch, that doesn’t require the popup editor.
Rather than having a universal "cms-editable" tag to specify editable regions, allow the admins to specify which of their users can edit certain tags.
Bob can edit tags named "cms-editable-bob".
John can edit tags named "cms-editable-john", but not Bob's tags.
Betty, member of the IT staff can edit all tags.
This would give admins a little more control over who can edit what on their websites, as opposed to a free-for-all where any user can edit any page or tag.
This is a great service! Keep it up!!95 votes
Add the ability to create and manage forms through PageLime.85 votes
I guess the perfect example of this may be if you have a news section and want to show the most recent article on the home page73 votes
We’re working on this very hard. (P.S. you could use our server side includes feature to create shared regions of content in the mean time: http://blog.pagelime.com/2009/09/16/new-labs-feature-auto-publish-server-side-includes/ )
Under the USER & PERMISSIONS tab, could you provide a small amount of user stats. Such as how often they access their sites, most recent publish date, etc. Thanks!61 votes
This would allow you to see your page as it will be published, but still within the safe and private environment of the PageLime system.48 votes
It's possible to create an XML based image gallery, but currently there doesnt seem to be any way to allow the user to order the images.
It would also be nice if you could have control over the thumbnails for each image, so you can set the thumbnail size for that folder, or let the user do it manually.48 votes
This is on the list of ideas that will make it on the roadmap. The image gallery has a lot of room for improvements.
A couple of our clients have been confused about clicking 'OK' and then understanding that they need to hit Page Actions > Publish or Save as Draft -- perhaps changing OK to PREVIEW would alert them that they are not done.48 votes
Running this by Tom.
I really love this concept, especially for simple and low budget websites. what I don't see end-users doing is maintaining a menu when adding pages. it's just a little to complicated to have to add a menu item in every single page when you create a new one.
So it would be ideal if I could set a list as a menu that is generated from the existing pages, so that the end users can add pages without having to understand the structure and HTML underneath.43 votes
Great idea – definitely something to consider. Some of this should be possible using our API / FTP-XML as well.
You could then include a slight discount for a bulk payment. This would ensure some peace of mind for those who wish to settle 12 months (or even 24+ months) upfront.42 votes
We love the idea :). We just haven’t gotten around to implementing it.
Instead of uploading images and docs to a pagelime space upload it to a folder on the FTP of the site so that it does not become dependent on pagelime30 votes
Hey Jorge, I’m not sure that we should allow this, as it introduces yet another moving part into the whole system we’d have to keep track off, and it would make debugging customers’ problems difficult. The other benefit is that we have full control of that “cms-assets” directory, and don’t have to worry about naming conflicts, and deleting old content. My concern is that someone would clear their images folder, and inadvertently delete all their Pagelime content as well.
It's annoying having to log out and log back in to stop impersonating another user. I twould be great to be able seamless switch back to being admin.28 votes
Generally, I agree that it’s annoying, but I’m not sure where we should put this feature in the UI. We’ll see if we can come up with something.
Ability to add CSS like tags to XML documents, and pull up nodes as editable regions28 votes
Generate the sitemap.xml based on the pages already in PageLime, and publish it to a site.23 votes
As we are not all based in USA then some addiitonal currencies would help. We are in UK so GBP would be good, but I guess just adding EUROS would cover most of us outside USA.21 votes
We’ll do this as soon as we can configure our gateway to support it.
As sometimes publishing a page can be long, a good thing would be to have the possibility to publish all files edited with one click.
Something like publish all (last) drafts...
This would really help productivity if you have to edit a lot of pages.20 votes
Something like a shopping cart and then you select the drafts you want to publish :). We’ve thought about this before. We’ll revisit it.
I wish you would add the google font library. :)18 votes
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