We’re starting work on “Widgetizing” Pagelime in August.Anonymous commented
Also starting to look elsewhere, these days you need blog / gallery at minimum, ecom would be highly useful also but understand this is more work. Even if pagelime could interact with existing blog solutions such as wordpress / joomla whatever, the responsibility to set that up is on us, but the ability to have one seamless backend experience for our clients is desperately needed.
Please is there any news on any of these features? and if so can you give us all a time frame? if not it seems that a majority of your users will be forced to move to other platforms that already provide these features, and that would be a shame as I think PageLime rocks, these days it just really needs a bigger tool set to compete with rival offerings.
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.