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#1 lejonl

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Posted 06 May 2014 - 06:51 PM

Hi we are looking at buying the DMS2 theme but get confused by your pricing model info. We would like to know the difference between Standard and developer - what are the Developer-Only Features? I can't find that information. 

 

 



#2 James B

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Posted 07 May 2014 - 05:37 AM

PageLines DMS comes in two different formats, either a Standalone edition or via a Club Membership.

The Standalone edition means you purchase the products, as a one off payment and then own that product. Included with your purchase you get access to our Support and updates for one year.

The Club membership is an ongoing recurring membership package (so you have access to the product as long as you continue to pay the subscription), which entitles you to the Core product as well as support and updates. Plus access to any PageLines authored products from our Store, a new one will be added each month.

Both of the above editions come in either Standard or Developer. The Developer edition has extra tools and features which will assist with creating client sites, such as reporting and logging tools, PSD files, and various Css/LESS handling modes.


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#3 MikeG

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Posted 13 May 2014 - 04:02 PM

Where you say this:

 

"(so you have access to the product as long as you continue to pay the subscription)"

 

If someone has the dev version (non-subscription) and takes out a club membership, if they later cancel the club membership, they still maintain access to the core DMS2 right? (just checking!)

 

 

PageLines DMS comes in two different formats, either a Standalone edition or via a Club Membership.

The Standalone edition means you purchase the products, as a one off payment and then own that product. Included with your purchase you get access to our Support and updates for one year.

The Club membership is an ongoing recurring membership package (so you have access to the product as long as you continue to pay the subscription), which entitles you to the Core product as well as support and updates. Plus access to any PageLines authored products from our Store, a new one will be added each month.

Both of the above editions come in either Standard or Developer. The Developer edition has extra tools and features which will assist with creating client sites, such as reporting and logging tools, PSD files, and various Css/LESS handling modes.



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Posted 15 May 2014 - 12:22 AM

 

If someone has the dev version (non-subscription) and takes out a club membership, if they later cancel the club membership, they still maintain access to the core DMS2 right? (just checking!)

If you purchase a standalone version of DMS, you will have access to that zip file, auto updates and support for one year. If you then take out a subscription you will have access to all products for the life of the subscription, if you cancel you are back to just owning the standalone product again, assuming the year isnt up.