Hello. Today i changed my hosting and reinstall DMS. Until DNS servers changed, a have an option to create my site on virtual server of my hosting provider, and the where installed and activated DMS. When new DNS servers applyed, DMS say, that my DMS Pro not active, and Exceeded maximum number of activations. Site: http://pscommunity.ru/
I've watched the intro video, and when I look for the various and sundry types of templates that are shown in the video, I only see default templates. How do I get all the other template types? Is that an additional plug in?
What are exactly the difference with free and pro DMS?
I have activate dmd free and all the function seems to work so with the pro version what change?
Dear Pagelines, I have been tinkering with DMS offline, trying to get a feel for it. While some things take some getting used to, it is very pleasant and promising so far. Great job!
As I read in an answer to another Forum post that the expected life time of Framework is about a year it seems wise to make a move soon. But the pricing model is very different. I run six websites, documenting projects in schools and libraries. All of these are non-profit and not generating an income.
With the old Framework, there was a one-off payment plus the cost for assorted Store sections and plugins. A monthly fee is beyond our budget reality. The Basic version is free and already seems very powerful. But if I wish to access some Pro functions, would it be possible to purchase e.g. three months of Pro, to rebuild my sites, and then go to Basic? And purchase three or four months of Pro stretched out over a year, for maintenance?
This may look petty, but I am not making sites to sell them. Please let me know if it is possible to access the Pro version occasionally, during construction and maintenance periods. And which features exactly will be disabled once the Pro subscription is terminated. I cannot find concise information on the Pagelines site, just a general statement.
Thank you for your help. I appreciate your your work hope to be able to continue making the best use of it. Yours faithfully, Jan.