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Magne Nygaard

Confused about your products

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Magne Nygaard

Hi,

I am confused about the products your are offering.

What is DMS, Platform and Pagelines!?

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Simon

PlatformPro was a theme (2010)

PageLines Framework was a theme (2012)

DMS is a theme ( 2014 )

Platform 5 is a plugin (current)

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Magne Nygaard

Still confused.

I visit https://www.pagelines.com/platform/ and click on "View plans & pricing". Then i'am being sendt to pricing for "PageLines Pro"!?

Is Platform 5 a plugin for Wordpress, Pagelines or DMS? What the heck is required here?

Also, what about DMS? Is it still alive/updated? Where do i find that?

I am so confused that i don't even know what questions to ask.

Seriously, i have never ever seen such a messy way to present products before.

 

 

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Simon

The pricing is for Platform 5

You can install it free via wordpress plugins.

You can purchase unlock all the pro options by purchasing.

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