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Just switched Framework to DMS 2 -- example websites?

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Hi All.... I just switched from Framework to DMS 2 (free version) and have to start from scratch to figure out how DMS 2 works, lol....  Can I please see people's sample websites so I can get an idea of what can be created, how different and professional the fonts can look, what sections can go where, etc???? I appreciate it.... thank u!

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We have a topic in the DMS pro forums which acts like a showcase. However, you won't be able to view that topic unless you have purchased DMS. Therefore, I have provided a few links from users who have posted their creations (if anyone wants there sites URL removed, please reply to this topic).










There are literally tons more, I just don't have the time to add them all.

Please search our forums, before posting!

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What's the name of the topic in the DMS pro forums?



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