Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:54 pm

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


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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by adex1 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:29 pm

r3za wrote:
Patr100 wrote:Trying the demo but when I try to insert/edit an image i get a blank white box?
Hi r3za,

Good improvement. Apart from the index to contact pages. How can somebody add or create other pages?
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Mon Dec 10, 2012 11:20 pm

adex1 wrote:
r3za wrote:
Patr100 wrote:Trying the demo but when I try to insert/edit an image i get a blank white box?
Hi r3za,

Good improvement. Apart from the index to contact pages. How can somebody add or create other pages?
Hello Adex1,
By adding the extensions to any page in the WB BUILDER, you can edit the page from this cms. If you do not add the extension the comes with a message that page is not editable.
Add the moment, there is no option to add to remove pages as only works with WB Editor. it is in my work stack for late 2013 to add this feature though if all goes smooth.
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by adex1 » Tue Dec 11, 2012 12:32 am

Alright, it means l have to create all pages myself. Is it all pages needs to each extension or one extension is enough for all pages.
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Post by r3za » Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:18 pm

adex1 wrote:Alright, it means l have to create all pages myself. Is it all pages needs to each extension or one extension is enough for all pages.
hi Adex1, Any page that you need to give ability to edit, you must drop the extensions to the page. no configuration needed. only all user name and pass must remain same and you only will have access fro a single user panel.

For example in the demo, I have drop the extensions to three pages: Index, news, contact which are editable now
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Post by r3za » Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:20 pm

vwaaron wrote:HI, I just paid for this software, but can anyone help me where I can download it ?
Hi vwaaron, Thanks for the purchase. I have emailed you the extension and instruction.

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Post by r3za » Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:21 pm

BaconFries wrote:Please contact the developer of the extension for details on how to download your purchase, please note that that this is a third party extension that you have purchased, it has nothing to do with the program, the forum or pablo software in anyway any issues should be made with the seller.
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Thu Dec 13, 2012 12:07 am

fezzie wrote:Hi all wb users,

I am using this cms for almost 2 weeks now and i am very satisfy. All the functions are working find and it s working pretty fast.
It is a simple cms that using tinymce but it s working very well. This is for the wb users who want a simple text and picture cms.
This is much better then the wb cms that i tried before, you can do more with this one. So for the users who may have doubts i can recommend this cms!
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Thanks a lot Fezzie, I appreciate your positive feedback :)
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Mon Jan 07, 2013 10:08 pm

IeMS wrote:Hi, I was just looking for an updated opinion on this extension, it's pros, cons, etc. How dummy proof is it? Training available if neccessary. You said the admin area of the cms is myurl.com/virtualcms.php? Are there any hosting platforms where this extension would NOT work?

Do you offer a money back guarantee or not really? Just curious. Thank you in advance for your time.
Hello Rob,
Its quite straight forward and easy to use but if you find it that you need any help, I would be glad to help. This extension is written in PHP code so it work with any type of Linux hosting.
If you need a hosting, I can offer you a very reliable company that I have been using them for more than 10 years.

Unfortunately, I will not be able to give any refund as it is software that there is not activation facility within but I assure you will be OK.
If you have more question please directly email me virtualdesigners@london.com

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by mandrake » Mon Aug 12, 2013 2:39 am

Hello,

I am interested in your extension. I want to use the font "Century Gothic" character for a project. I do not see this font in the list. How to add the font to your extension?
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by maxime » Mon Aug 12, 2013 2:49 pm

This extension looks like the free extension made by EDDY. What is the main difference between this extension and this one who is free ? : viewtopic.php?t=22962

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by mandrake » Mon Aug 12, 2013 3:41 pm

Only the "Design"?...Thank you for the link! :)

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Mon Aug 12, 2013 10:26 pm

mandrake wrote:Hello,

I am interested in your extension. I want to use the font "Century Gothic" character for a project. I do not see this font in the list. How to add the font to your extension?
Thank you for your reply.
Hello there, you can use fonts that you can save in your server or through the tiny CMS
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Mon Aug 12, 2013 10:32 pm

maxime wrote:This extension looks like the free extension made by EDDY. What is the main difference between this extension and this one who is free ? : viewtopic.php?t=22962
Hello Maxime,

There are fundamental differences between these extensions. The main difference is that you design your website with WB software in anyway you wish and by dropping this extension to your project, you give ability to edit your project visually not unlike the link you provided that only can edit part of the page and it doesn't give option to edit all website.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by mandrake » Tue Aug 13, 2013 2:19 pm

Hello,

Ok, let's see if I understood everything:
I create a project in WWB9. Quite normally. I make my pages with my writing and my design, typically. Then if I install your extension, then I can modify the existing content in my pages (text, images ..) and keep the existing style (fonts ( Century Gothic, etc ...)
Is that correct or not?
Thank you for your reply.
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