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Add the ability to create/manage blogs using PageLime

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.

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    emilAdminemil (Admin, PageLime) shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • JesseJesse commented  · 

        Hi Folks,
        We just launched a hosted blog product that works perfectly with PageLime.

        http://dropinblog.com

        Check it out.. there is a free trial.

      • EthelEthel commented  · 

        Do you have the answer on the blog issue? I'm also waiting for this because I need it for a website I'm working on.

      • KJAdminKJ (Support, PageLime) commented  · 

        Hey there. Yes – we’re still working on this, but we’ve scrapped most efforts that we couldn’t support long term.

        Right now we offer our repeating regions feature. Which works great for blog like functionality. Learn more at http://blog.pagelime.com/2011/12/13/pagelime-101-tips-for-repeating-regions/

        Please keep in mind we are currently focused on our core features and stability of our app as we continue to grow. Thanks.

      • Geert LeerentveldGeert Leerentveld commented  · 

        Are you still developing Pagelime?? a year has passed since you marked this as "planned"...

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  · 

        Any updates on the blog functionality?

      • bsetterbsetter commented  · 

        That's cool... it was just getting quiet and I haven't heard about any updates for a while. So I was a little concerned. As much as you can keep all of us in the loop would be amazing even if you're just working on backend stuff. It's goo to know you're still developing in important ways even if it's not front end functionality. And the blog feature is one that would still be awesome to see :) so would an nice photo gallery process.

      • bsetterbsetter commented  · 

        You guys still developing Pagelime? It's been quiet for a while and I'm honestly getting a little worried...

      • banunnbanunn commented  · 

        Hi guys, is there any update on blogging functionality? I have several clients that would really like this to be a feature outside of simple repeatable regions?

      • colourstonecolourstone commented  · 

        I know I asked about this months ago. Time frame?
        Can we P L E A S E ACCESS W O R D P R E S S?
        PLEASE

      • Simon TemplarSimon Templar commented  · 

        Late September (not 63) now, any news. Sorry just eager to use the great addons.

      • jjdjjd commented  · 

        ETA??? It's been over a year now!

      • Tracy HowlettTracy Howlett commented  · 

        Wondering what the status is on this? We have a pagelime site with an embedded tumblr blog but the blog is what we are using most often and the work to change something on our main site, then carry that change over to the tumblr template is a pain. Would love to have the whole site in one. Thinking about moving to another CMS if pagelime doesn't develop this key feature soon.

      • Jimmy JamesJimmy James commented  · 

        MagicEdit.com has instructions on their HOWTO for making a blog with just a single html file!

      • Jamie BallJamie Ball commented  · 

        The only reason my clients aren't yet using pagelime is blogs and rss (news) feeds.

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