well I’m not a code-priest so am not licensed to do any weddings at all - but I’d like to see a much bigger one than this.
Also, as an extra thought could you (or Max or Softpress) marry Showcase with Webyep?
The initial problem is on how to connect those both to have the building facility (Showcase for everyone?) and the implementing.
The key on my entire work with WebYep is a proper set-up of RichText Editor in my case TinyMCE. If you shut-off the default
-Tag wrapping of Tiny, you can use the combination RichText-Element with the SEO Script inserting part (which I begged Max to build and he did) to have something nearly the same than the Freeway combi of “Page HTML-markup” (the SEO script area) and a MarkUp-item (should be better said crowbar) the RichText Element and its HTML area. Another thing I got running is an inbuilt image-manager that allows to upload images just in place.
This all works pretty nice on the bespoken stuff as well on the disqus part or the sublime video.
Of course, the caveat is, that you deal with code - yes in its nature and that is what I meant with training and proper explanations to the user.
It’s not good style to advertise here some stuff-selling and please don’t take me wrong, but DenimWashed Template and its parts is a technology I collected during months and I probably sell this either in parts or as a complete system (… probably). So even overtaking my pre-configured opt-folder, adjusting 3 lines of code would enable you to do pretty much the same than DenimWashed offers within minutes, assumed your Host allows you the read/write stuff automatically (CHMOD 755 I guess min.).
And the other key-thinking is to separate framework (HTML) and design (CSS). So Freeway is for me a brillant base to build up the Framework, but the really view of the page is later steered by the different css-sheets. So in summary as less as possible actions as much as possible modules (NIVO, DISQUS, PHP based solutions like search-facility, password-protection …).
Well in brief that’s what I learned/collected the last months (even years) - to get WebYep to what it is:
The coolest PHP based CMS system on planet - and the so called big-players like EE, Wordpress, Joomla are doing pretty much the same: Collecting modules.
I have to make some more Nivo tests and will probably make a screencast out of it one day (uahhh - promises).
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