Michael Frankland

Japan web stuff maker Joined over 3 years ago

  • 18 stories
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  • 12 upvotes
  • Posted to Ask DN: Black Friday 2017, any deals for designers?, Nov 23, 2017

    Pulse - $100 off (no coupon needed)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: what is your blog set up with?, Sep 05, 2017

    Mine is built with: https://www.pulsecms.com/

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  • Posted to Alternatives to Wordpress, Aug 30, 2017

    There are loads of lightweight CMS alternatives available these days. Pulse for example is not a static site generator, but more like a static site CMS: https://pulsecms.com

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  • Posted to What CMS for designer/front end developers?, Jul 07, 2017

    All good suggestions here and would suggest with strengths in HTML/CSS/JS you'd be best to look at a CMS like Craft, Grav or Pulse CMS

    Much easier to template and get going than WordPress so you'll hit the ground running much quicker.

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  • Posted to Show DN: Pulse CMS Addons - plugins, themes and apps for Pulse CMS, Nov 16, 2016

    Looking for more designers to come and make some addons - good chance as not many available yet so could be a chance to get in early :)

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What are good basic CMS?, Apr 22, 2016

    Pulse CMS is a good option - simple and lightweight: https://pulsecms.com

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  • Posted to Dropkick CMS, in reply to David Darnes , Jun 15, 2015

    Thanks David!

    The docs had gaps as those were all 5 minute videos. I was using Quickcast but that can't embed over SSL so they were being blocked by the browser - updated with YouTube versions: https://www.yuzoolthemes.com/dropkickcms/docs/

    Thanks for pointing it out

    More readable IDs is a great feature - noted!

    Hopefully the demo and videos will answer any questions for pre-buyers. But also thinking how to make a free trial of some sorts if possible.

    Thanks for all the constructive feedback on this site.

    Bravo!

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  • Posted to Dropkick CMS, Jun 15, 2015

    Thanks @David and @Rasmus

    The explanation is I was too trusting. The CMS is secure and wasn't hacked but I opened up the demo so anyone could try it before buying. I put a friendly "don't graffiti" notice up but there you go. Someone just added a simple redirect to those sites.

    It was pretty funny - but the wordpress one in particular shows that the product touched some nerves - which is good.

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