Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by mandrake » Tue Aug 13, 2013 7:41 pm

Hi, I finally bought this extension today.
I have not received at the time I write this message.
I will test this extension as soon as I receive it and then I will make a report on the forum page. :idea:
This will allow you to make a positive or negative opinion on this extension. :wink:
Cordially.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by maxime » Fri Sep 06, 2013 6:52 pm

mandake,are you ready to give your evaluation ??

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by mandrake » Fri Sep 06, 2013 10:56 pm

Good evening.
Indeed this extension is different. It allows you to edit a text or an image in a page already created (this is not possible with the other extension). Installation is very simple, its use also.
It allows you to edit text with a font character @ font-face without transforming.
I recommend Firefox to make changes to existing pages.
By cons it seems really difficult for me to add content to the existing page with this extension, especially if there are graphics and photos. I tried but it is very complicated. Maybe I'm wrong ... took me
So this extension is sympathetic to edit existing text (replace a message with another, for example), for the rest it will be difficult, especially if the system is designed for a customer who does not know much about cms.
I think it can be improved. The extension is useful to me, but only for two or three pages of text content.
I bought this extension after testing the demo site and the result is identical in feel and ergonomics. You decide directly on the vendor's site, very friendly and responsive in its answers.
If you have more specific on this extension questions, do not hesitate to post here.
Cordially.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by SteveMann » Sat Sep 07, 2013 3:49 pm

What is the login and password for the demo?

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Sat Sep 07, 2013 10:08 pm

SteveMann wrote:What is the login and password for the demo?
Hello Steve,

user: admin
password: password123

Please let me know if you have any issue.
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Sat Sep 07, 2013 10:12 pm

mandrake wrote:Good evening.
Indeed this extension is different. It allows you to edit a text or an image in a page already created (this is not possible with the other extension). Installation is very simple, its use also.
It allows you to edit text with a font character @ font-face without transforming.
I recommend Firefox to make changes to existing pages.
By cons it seems really difficult for me to add content to the existing page with this extension, especially if there are graphics and photos. I tried but it is very complicated. Maybe I'm wrong ... took me
So this extension is sympathetic to edit existing text (replace a message with another, for example), for the rest it will be difficult, especially if the system is designed for a customer who does not know much about cms.
I think it can be improved. The extension is useful to me, but only for two or three pages of text content.
I bought this extension after testing the demo site and the result is identical in feel and ergonomics. You decide directly on the vendor's site, very friendly and responsive in its answers.
If you have more specific on this extension questions, do not hesitate to post here.
Cordially.
Hello Mandrake and thanks for your feedback. I will go through carefully and will improve it for future versions. The minor limitation is related to TinyMCE editor which I am planning to use some other editors with less limitation which will improve the performance.

Thanks
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by mandrake » Tue Sep 10, 2013 11:51 am

@SteveMann: It is only in France that we learn to say "hello" when you post a message?

@r3za:

Hi Reza,
Your extension is very interesting. It's just complicated if I put "div" to each line as it is necessary to modify each line one by one in Tiny. So when I create a text, I try not to include "div" to each line.
I look forward to your future changes.
Very interesting little suggestion: the ability to change the texts in English by default in your extension (eg the administration part and page password). This would directly display these texts and words in French for example. More convenient for my clients.
Good day,

Cordially.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by Enupnion » Tue Sep 10, 2013 6:58 pm

"@SteveMann: It is only in France that we learn to say "hello" when you post a message?"

Usually, we consider a thread to be a conversation. No one says 'hello' every time they speak in a conversation. However, the one that initiates the conversation usually says 'hello' and sometimes those that join in on the conversation say 'hello', but it is not generally bad etiquette to not say hello deeper in a thread.

Notice, I did not start my post with a greeting. But it should not be considered rude. :)

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by mandrake » Tue Sep 10, 2013 11:02 pm

Hello,
I think this is part of my learning the French language. Since this is a rule of politeness tends to disappear, I like to start my posts with a small "Hello". Indeed, I do not say "hello" to my contacts whenever we exchange telephone conversations, for example. It would take me for a crazy person! :lol:
But hey, sometimes I think people are too direct and forget moral values​​.
Anyway thank you for your intervention. :wink:
Cordially.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by Enupnion » Tue Sep 10, 2013 11:05 pm

mandrake wrote:Hello,
I think this is part of my learning the French language. Since this is a rule of politeness tends to disappear, I like to start my posts with a small "Hello". Indeed, I do not say "hello" to my contacts whenever we exchange telephone conversations, for example. It would take me for a crazy person! :lol:
But hey, sometimes I think people are too direct and forget moral values​​.
Anyway thank you for your intervention. :wink:
Cordially.
Hello. I can be cordial, too. :) Glad we could chat.

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by JAR » Mon Dec 02, 2013 7:20 pm

Bought it yesterday....Using it today!
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by JAR » Thu Feb 20, 2014 6:15 pm

Image

I have used your CMS on other websides with out any issues...but can't solve this...
Thanks for your help...

JAR

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by r3za » Thu Feb 20, 2014 6:56 pm

JAR wrote:Image

I have used your CMS on other websides with out any issues...but can't solve this...
Thanks for your help...

JAR
Hello there,
I see you are using windows hosting. Are you sure your server supports PHP?
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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by JAR » Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:30 pm

yes...its a godaddy account..Which I have used before with your CMS system so not sure why this is not working...

Thanks

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Re: Virtual CMS - Simplest CMS ever

Post by mandrake » Thu Feb 20, 2014 8:55 pm

Hello,
I do not understand. Why is it said: "D" on your screenshot? This is not a screenshot from GoodDaddy, it looks more like a letter from a hard drive. You tested only locally under windows?
Have you tested your web hosting online?

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