Sure I'll reach out to you via email. Or you can email us at email@example.com
Hello this is under review and work has been started on this feature, however the stability and growth in our core features is a higher priority right now.
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. :)
I'll reach out to you via email.
Hello there hasn't been enough interest in this feature. If this is something you want to provide your users, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can license the source code to you.
We will keep our eye on this. If the interest improves we can look at it again.
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.
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.
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/ )
Yes this has been started and is currently in the works.
Right now you can use includes to do this... http://blog.pagelime.com/2009/09/16/new-labs-feature-auto-publish-server-side-includes/
Thanks for you interest in this feature. We have looked further into this and will continue to keep an eye on it. Right now we want to focus on our core features and stability as we grow our app.
This is on the list of ideas that will make it on the roadmap. The image gallery has a lot of room for improvements.
Hey guys. yes this is still on our list of features to look at. We have some preliminary work done on this. However it is very difficult to sort and order thumbnails via xml. Right now our focus is on the stability and growth of our core features.
You can make a sortable image gallery using our repeating regions feature. Learn more here... http://blog.pagelime.com/2009/12/01/repeating-regions-pagelime-feature/
We’re starting work on “Widgetizing” Pagelime in August.
Hey guys. Thanks for your interest in this. We are still planning this and work has been started to integrate this. However right now our stability and growth of core features are our priority.
This sounds more like a support question? PL does play really nicely with jQuery. You want to make sure to keep jQuery scripts outside any editable regions. This way as PL makes changes it doesn't overwrite your jQuery scripts.
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Hey Dave, You can already customize the wysiwyg panel. By appending “-text” to your cms-editable class you can further restrict wysiwyg buttons.
Is this what your looking for?
You can remove all the tools from the toolbar. Does this work?
Using css you can add a "custom" tool tip that only shows up in the PL editor. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2011142/how-to-change-the-style-of-title-attribute-inside-the-anchor-tag
Just a quick note on this. Yes there is a "forgot password" link on the login page that is created when you use a CNAME record. This page is brand able.
In regards to creating a custom login page via forms , there is currently no "forgot password" link. However we will consider this if there is enough requests.