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triplespoke

Hey team PL, can you provide a link to the old demo website you had set up to quickly display page lines' sections? I believe the old link used to be: http://www.pagelines.com/demos/platformpro/features I miss the old demo website. I totally get that I can set up a private demo site, however, it's really nice to have a quick, hassle-free visual reference as to how all the sections (boxes, banners, etc.) come together. It's pretty helpful from a design standpoint to visualize how to format content and layouts based on the sections available within PL. Thanks in advance.

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kastelic
Have you seen this? http://demo.pagelines.com/

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triplespoke
Thanks, kastelic - I am aware that I can set up my own demo website, but that only comes with the home page and blog page set up by default. I am referring to the demo site that PL had publicly available. It showed many different page layout types and templates and it was already populate with their promotional / demo content. It's easier to use as a quick visual reference than having to set up different page types manually via a private demo site.

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triplespoke
Right - I've scoured the PL site but haven't come up with it, unless I'm missing something obvious. Team PL - any input on this?

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Rob
Unfortunately, at this time we're only providing [url="http://demo.pagelines.com"]demo.pagelines.com[/url] for demonstration purposes. There is a 30 day limit on the demos. After that, they'll automatically delete.

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adonnan
I too wish there was a copy of the older demo site still out there. Specifically with the demo content. I'm not yet sold on 2.0

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Jenny
Thank you for your input. I have forwarded your suggestion. :)

Jenny :: Web designer at Simple Mama (follow me at @simplemamacom)

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paul_saccone
The old demo site is SO USEFUL as visual reference. You can see a lot of similar stuff on the wiki, but I prefer the old site too. Please bring it back!

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Jenny
I have asked the developers to add content to the demo site. Hopefully they do it! :)

Jenny :: Web designer at Simple Mama (follow me at @simplemamacom)

Check out Share Me, a social sharing add-on for DMS that is super simple to set up.

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MatthewMarichiba
Plus one to this thread. If I might add a little reasoning to use when you approach your marketing team: * As a developer, I don't want to read a written description of your features (which is your current tour). I want to [b]see those features in action[/b] on a live website, like, now. * Are you really telling me that I have to create a demo account just to see the features of your product?? Why are you hiding your awesomeness? If I didn't know the product already, I would have left by now. * The old demo site worked as a tool for me as a developer to help my clients visualize the structure of their website. Clients know I'm using a template, and they know that they need to work within the bounds of that template. Pagelines was awesome, because we could create a site of any shape and size, built out of standard sections. Your old demo site was very useful for clients to browse through and get a sense of the building blocks. Sorry for being snarky. I got stuck just today with a client, trying to point them to your site for ideas, and finding out that the old, useful demo was gone. Above all, I love the PageLines PlatformPro, and recommend all the time. Thanks! Take care, Matthew

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Simon
We have a demo of sorts, though it is a work in progress: http://demo.pagelines.com/core/ - Shows the core sections. http://demo.pagelines.com/framework/ - Frontend demo.

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