We’re starting work on “Widgetizing” Pagelime in August.George Peacock commented
Been interesting to look through posts. For me its horses for courses. We are new to PL but see it as a solution for clients who need something really simple. If the clients wants to really get into more complex editing/updates then likes of WP and the larger commercial CMS platforms are way to go. However IMO many clients are quite intimidated in trying to use the larger platforms and want a simple approach. A typical client for us would know little about websites and would only want to intermittently update/add/edit text or images on some pages. Adding apps like calendars and database forms - even blogs etc they would expect us to do and we would implement from a choice of apps. If they need to be able to do more themselves then take them down the WP (or other CMS ) route. The big advantage of PL is its simplicity and ease of use. Horses for courses.
7 votesAdminKJ (Support, PageLime) responded
Using CSS and php includes you can build one nav menu, and have the active menu item’s sub menu pushed into the sidebar. This will give you the ability to have 2 menu’s visually.
43 votesAdminKJ (Support, PageLime) responded
Great idea – definitely something to consider. Some of this should be possible using our API / FTP-XML as well.
We’re releasing the iPhone App next month. After that we will get right to the Android app, and then an iPad app!