Yup, we’re releasing a generic “Client CMS” app that pro users can use for free. We just want to make sure we debug the existing app before releasing to clients. It’s hard to keep track of second hand “client” bug reports. :)
PageLime is pretty user-friendly, but the first time you cruise through the admin area (as an Administrator or client) there's a certain amount of guess-and-check. Adding buttons that offer contextual help would be great. An explanation of the different user permissions, for example.6 votes
fair enough – have you checked out our docs? – docs.pagelime.com
If I go direct to 'http://cms.mysite.co.uk'; I get the direct login with a 'Forgot your password' link.
It would be good if the custom login sample code which just has the username & password boxes had a 'Forgot your password' link as well.3 votes
Add the ability to create and manage forms through PageLime.85 votes
In some cases you're working with sites that are largely similar on different domains (multilingual sites, landing pages, etc) and it would be nice to be able to clone all the settings, templates and files of a site to a new domain/FTP instance without having to go back and re-add all the meta-data for each site. Probably not high demand, but would save a ton of work!2 votes
You know, we’re working on a provisioning API – so this could be accomplished via a script from the outside while we work out a way to build it into the interface.
You've got Google Analytics. Now add Google Website Optimizer for a-b testing -- seems like a great fit for your existing publishing capabilities.1 vote
I switched from surrealcms to pagelime. Overall I think pagelime is significantly better and more polished for my customers but the one thing I miss very much was the ability to enable CSS, JS & XML files without adding editable classes to the code. Just enable them and BAM they are editable as a source code view version. Although the demand for this option wasnt not very high (only had one client editing XML) it was very handy to allow him to do it. Unfortunately the XML editing features of pagelime do not work in all cases, like when the parameters are inside a self closing node.
I switched from surrealcms to pagelime. Overall I think pagelime is significantly better and more polished for my customers but the one thing I miss very much was the ability to enable CSS, JS & XML files without adding editable classes to the code. Just enable them and BAM they are editable as a source code view version. Although the demand for this option wasnt not very high (only had one client editing XML) it was very handy to allow him to do it. Unfortunately the XML editing features of pagelime do not work in all cases, like when the…5 votes
We can probably add a direct code editor for non HTML files. We can implement it as a labs feature.
allow for a specific css file to be editable so user can change properties of elements within a template. This would allow for greater reuse of templates while letting the user be responsible for small customizations to look and feel. could have requirements that css file must be named editable-file.css.18 votes
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.
Why can’t you just paste an image URL?
Make Pagelime accept privatekey files, so that EC2 hosted webites can be Edited using CMS5 votes
I’m not sure what you mean here. What should we be doing to make this work?
Please just do it for the sake of professionalism. AND It's a pet pieve of mine. Make it cross-browser compliant (so it's favicon.ico).
I've been recommending this CMS site like crazy so do it for the guy who's your numba1fan!3 votes
you mean on the website or on the CMS?
Looking into this.
I'd like to see Gravatar integrated into the Pagelime App to replace the user icons.3 votes
There is a lot of talk on the Serif Forums (forums.serif.com) looking for CMSs to work with Serif WebPlus. PageLime is the current one being talked about.
The only problem with PageLime is that when you republish the site, any pagelime edits have to be redone (WebPlus overwrites the changes). Talk to Serif and if you can come up with a good solution together, a lot of Serif customers are likely to come your way...2 votes
This could work with our FTP-XML feature. RapidWeaver users already have support for this, so we’d just have to connect with the Serif folks to get this integrated.
Add the ability to separate users into groups and let users manage other users within their group3 votes
Let us think about this a bit.
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.
I'd appreciate the option to permanently delete (and not just deactivate) a user.
For there's no real reason to keep (deactivated) logins of ex-users...3 votes
Agreed – we’ll get it done. The reason we have to keep users in the system is because of all the logging information that refers to users who took various actions. If we started “hard deleting” users, we’d be left with all kinds of little trouble.
But, we’ll put it on the map and get it done.
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
Generate the sitemap.xml based on the pages already in PageLime, and publish it to a site.23 votes
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