Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

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Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Fri Sep 28, 2012 10:48 pm

@VirtualCMS

Hello All,

VirtualCMS is the simplest CMS WYSIWYG Editor in the market and it gives ability to provide your customers a very clean, simple and safe Content Management Service.
You have rights to use on any many as websites you wish but you do not have rights to resell or edit the extension or code. All rights are reserved for Reza(Virtual Designers) and Paul.

ALL you need to do is to add two extensions to your page, upload the website to your server and start editing it on-line.

Please kindly Read this carefully: This CMS is limited to Tinycme functions. Also because of the way WB does style the text, image .... areas you will not be able to change the initial style of the page which is created with WB as they are hard coded when you built your website. This is an extension to make life a bit easier if you need to edit the existing content of website.

Brief:
- Simplest and most flexible CMS
- You build your website with WYSIWYG Web Builder 8 or higher as normal and with dropping two extensions to your home page you have a CMS without involving any other elements
- Edit the page visually with using simplest online WYSIWYG Editor
- Ability to upload images or replaces images
- Automatic back up after every editing
- Ability to lock some pages if you do not want to give access to edit with just not dropping the extension into the page
- Ability to edit any HTML or PHP page.
- TinyMCE is revised and fixed. Now all functions are valid and working from TinyMCE. 03/12/2012 updated

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Instruction
- Build your website with WYSIWYG Web Builder 8 or higher as usual you do
- Drag and drop both below extensions to any page that you would like to have it as an editable page.

• @VirtualCMS-Part1 (after dropping the extension to the page, right click on this extension and “Move To Back” )
• @VirtualCMS-Part2 (after dropping the extension to the page, right click on this extension and “Move To Front” )

- Make sure your page CharacterSet is Unicode (UTF-8); just to make sure all characters are saved correctly. See below images if you do not know how:

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- Set your page user name and password for admin area

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- You keep the page extension to any format you wish and to access your admin area all you need is to follow the direction of your files. E.g. if you have dropped the extensions to the Index page you can access admin area via http://www.yourdomain.com/virtualcms.php
Which of course you should change http://www.yourdomain.com with your own domain name

*Some functions to add images are disabled for demo and the instruction how to add any image will be provided in manual*

DEMO:
Front End: http://www.virtualdesigners.co.uk/proje ... -cms/demo/
Admin Area: http://www.virtualdesigners.co.uk/proje ... ualcms.php
Please be nice and do not edit the admin area with bad words etc.. This is only to demonstrate the work and how it works. Thanks in advance!

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To Purchase please follow below Link and after payment you will be receiving the extension within 12 hours.
http://virtualdesigners.co.uk/projects/ ... l-cms/buy/

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For the best result in editing the web page to optimize the TinyMCE, I suggest to use google chrome even though it works with all browsers.

Enjoy! and Thanks for purchasing and using this extension.
Reza (@virtualdesigners.co.uk)
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by Patr100 » Fri Sep 28, 2012 11:37 pm

Trying the demo but when I try to insert/edit an image i get a blank white box?
FireShot Screen Capture #039 - 'VirtualCMS' - virtualdesigners_co_uk_projects_wb-extensions_@virtual-cms_virtualcms_php_file=index_html.jpg

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Sat Sep 29, 2012 10:54 am

thanks Patr,
Thanks for feedback. Basically to upload image you need to use the left hand side "Manage image" rather than the tinyMce. I will be removing some functions which are not used in next version.
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by Patr100 » Sat Sep 29, 2012 11:15 am

r3za wrote:thanks Patr,
Thanks for feedback. Basically to upload image you need to use the left hand side "Manage image" rather than the tinyMce. I will be removing some functions which are not used in next version.
I am not using the built in context menu. Not to upload images but to edit or remove an existing image. If that basic function doesn't work then your CMS will be too limited.
FireShot Screen Capture #040 - 'VirtualCMS' - virtualdesigners_co_uk_projects_wb-extensions_@virtual-cms_virtualcms_php_file=index_html.jpg

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Sat Sep 29, 2012 11:20 am

Patr100 wrote:Trying the demo but when I try to insert/edit an image i get a blank white box?

I have disabled now the functions that are not used for tinyCME
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by Patr100 » Sat Sep 29, 2012 11:23 am

I have disabled now the functions that are not used for tinyCME
Makes no difference to my problem. I still have it.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by Patr100 » Sat Sep 29, 2012 11:23 am

I have disabled now the functions that are not used for tinyCME
Makes no difference to my problem. I still have it.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Sat Sep 29, 2012 11:42 am

Patr100 wrote:
I have disabled now the functions that are not used for tinyCME
Makes no difference to my problem. I still have it.

Patr, please see this link: http://virtualdesigners.co.uk/projects/ ... ontact.php
image is replaced. the full details how these work are given in the manual!
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by Patr100 » Sat Sep 29, 2012 5:16 pm

r3za wrote:
Patr100 wrote:
I have disabled now the functions that are not used for tinyCME
Makes no difference to my problem. I still have it.

Patr, please see this link: http://virtualdesigners.co.uk/projects/ ... ontact.php
image is replaced. the full details how these work are given in the manual!

That still doesn't fix the problem! If you demo doesn't work as expected then I'm not wasting further time pursing it. Nor will others.
You still have a context menu option in your demo which doesn't work. You will lose many potential users if your demo isn't fixed.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Sat Sep 29, 2012 5:52 pm

thanks for feedback Petr. I have totally removed the right click from the tinycme to stop the confusion.
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by Patr100 » Sat Sep 29, 2012 6:01 pm

r3za wrote:thanks for feedback Petr. I have totally removed the right click from the tinycme to stop the confusion.
Has caused another problem. There's now no option at all to edit/change/add images in the TinyMCE tool bar.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Sat Sep 29, 2012 6:06 pm

Petr, I think there is a communication issue here. from image manager you can add or edit any image and this is not available in the demo because different people try to upload different picture and will mess the theme.
adding or editing image with this tool has nothing to do with this editor. I am sure there are some other CMS for you out there which probably keep you happier.
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by Patr100 » Sat Sep 29, 2012 6:49 pm

r3za wrote:Petr, I think there is a communication issue here. from image manager you can add or edit any image and this is not available in the demo because different people try to upload different picture and will mess the theme.
adding or editing image with this tool has nothing to do with this editor. I am sure there are some other CMS for you out there which probably keep you happier.
I'll repeat what i said. The option to edit images in the toolbar was there - (see the sceencap in your first post) , but is now gone. You are contradicting the evidence by saying
"adding or editing image with this tool has nothing to do with this editor" - Are the screen caps invented?
If people don't find it in the demo, they won't assume it's possible before buying.
This is a paid for ext. You really need to be clearer about what you're offering.
Where is the manual? It's pointless referring to it if they have to buy it before they can see that it does what they want.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Sat Sep 29, 2012 6:55 pm

Patr100 wrote:
r3za wrote:Petr, I think there is a communication issue here. from image manager you can add or edit any image and this is not available in the demo because different people try to upload different picture and will mess the theme.
adding or editing image with this tool has nothing to do with this editor. I am sure there are some other CMS for you out there which probably keep you happier.
I'll repeat what i said. The option to edit images in the toolbar was there (see the sceencap in your first post) , but is now gone. You are contradicting the evidence by saying
"adding or editing image with this tool has nothing to do with this editor" - Are the screen caps invented?
If people don't find it in the demo, they won't assume it's possible.
This is a paid for ext. You really need to be clearer about what you're offering.
Where is the manual? It's pointless referring to it if they have to buy it before they can see that it does what they want.

I am totally puzzled with the way you approach. There is no point to argue. your question is simply answered and I do not see any point to repeats myself. Please kindly do not buy if you are not happy with what you see but stop this no end conversation. thanks mate.
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:16 pm

fezzie wrote:hi,

if i buy this cms, i can use it for a lot of websites?
I dont have pay pal, is there another way to pay for this cms?
i am from holland (dutch)

thanx

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Hello Fezzie,
Yes, you can use on as many website you wish but if you keep the copy right on the code as it is. This belongs to Paul and I who have developed and still working on it to make something quite easy to use for everyone.

Unfortunately, I dont have any other type of facility for payment except paypal. if you have a bank card, you should be able to pay as card paypment by paypal.

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