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PageLines Support Is Getting A Makeover

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Buying software can be risky. Using software the way the developer intended, and in turn what you get out of it is directly related to the documentation and support available. Maybe you’ve taken the risk and bought a theme you thought was ‘just right’ for your needs, only to discover that you can’t make it […]

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The Big Secret in Web Development?

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Nobody knows what they are doing, not even the experts. Recently I attended WordCamp SF, a 2 day collaborative conference on all things WordPress. Being new to the WordPress community, with numerous stories of it being very ‘cliquey’ and cult-like, I was worried about fitting in and speaking the language of these WordPress experts. Fortunately these […]

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Adding Custom Fonts to WordPress

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This is a guest post by PageLines community developer Gavin Aldrich Beware the fonts… Your website is the focal point of your visual identity, the window into your business. You should be able to express your creativity unreservedly, the last thing you want is to have your vision restricted by the fonts you can (or […]

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6 Google Font Pairings That Don’t Suck

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In recent years Typography has grown to become a significant component of good web design. From the age old Serif vs Sans Serif debate, to gorgeous new trends like Proxima Nova and Brandon Grotesque, font selection is crucial to your overall user experience. And for good reason, if your font selection isn’t readable and attractive, no […]

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New To The Store – Video Slider

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New to the PageLines store this week is Video Slider, a fantastic section from our all star community developer, Enrique Chavez.  Known for his incredible themes like Voyant and Flatten, Enrique is also great at releasing sections that provide awesome and unique functionality to PageLines users. Inspired by Revslider,  Video Slider is a section that […]

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RevSlider for PageLines – Security Update

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Today Sucuri, one of the web’s premiere website and server security companies, released a post outlining a critical vulnerability in the Slider Revolution plugin.  The vulnerability is called a Local File Inclusion attack.  An attacker can access, review, and download a local file from the server.  This is a serious vulnerability that was patched in February […]

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An Overview of WordPress 4.0

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WordPress 4.0 is just around the corner, with the actual release date being most likely this week. We took the release candidate for a spin to review the latest iteration of our favourite CMS, and give you the lowdown on how it operates. Although the version number points to a milestone release, WordPress 4.0 is […]

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Perfect Procrastination and Productivity?

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Gavin Aldrich is one of PageLines’ third-party developers and we’re really excited to have him sharing his insights on productivity and procrastination.  Gavin is the Founder of Kyle & Irving, a digital agency based in London.   Being productive while managing procrastination is something that most designers, web developers, contractors and freelancers have to combat […]

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Introducing DMS Stories

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Tell your story with DMS At PageLines, we believe everyone has a story to tell. The design tools we build empower thousands of people to share their stories with the world in a simple but powerful way: through their websites. And because every website is a never-ending story in itself, we would like to present you with […]

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Next Level Customer Support & Service

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PageLines makes the jump to Intercom for amazing customer support Customer support and service is critical at PageLines. Although our award-winning Drag & Drop software DMS, makes building stunning websites on WordPress easier, it also requires a different way of thinking about web design. This means we need to be there for you, our customers, when […]

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Easy Styles with PageLines’ Custom Classes

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We’re happy to have one of PageLines’ rockstar store developers guest blogging on PageLines.com.  Ellen Moore has been creating sections and plugins for PageLines for the last few years and has a wealth of knowledge to share with the community.  Today, Ellen walks through all the ins and outs of applying custom styling classes to […]

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A Checklist For Web Designers

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As the wide world of the web continues to grow, the way designers and developers work together is also growing (and changing).  It used to be that one person was responsible for the front end, the back end and everything in between, but not so in 2014.  Now there are user interface specialists, user experience […]

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WordPress 3.9.2 Security Release

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This week WordPress announced that there was a potentially major vulnerability in its platform that affects users all the way back to version 3.5 (current release is 3.9.1). Many websites are on a version of WordPress where automatic updates are turned on, so your site should already be up-to-date but the vulnerability goes back far […]

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iBlogPro 6: Drag & Drop WordPress Theme Meets Apple

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Almost 5 years ago, PageLines released the original iBlogPro. A apple inspired premium WordPress theme that quickly became one of the most popular and best known on the market. Undoubtedly, this is because Apple has a beautiful, minimal aesthetic that many strive to achieve in their own brands and designs. Over the years we’ve continued […]