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Postby kidino » Mon Aug 08, 2005 8:28 pm

Here's something that I did with XSitePro about XSitePro templating - XSitePro Templates

Please excuse the typos, missing words, etc ... I was very sleepy when typing that. I will fix it later.
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Postby PattyGale » Tue Aug 09, 2005 8:04 pm

Those are great looking templates !

I don't have Photoshop, but I use Corel for all of my design work. I wonder if Corel has the same capabilities for making templates???
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Postby kidino » Tue Aug 09, 2005 10:49 pm

Corel ... sure why not. As long as you can slice your artwork and create JPG or GIF, no reason why you can't.

BTW ... will be offering a pack of XSitePro templates soon. Tell me your most wanted template design / theme.
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Postby PattyGale » Wed Aug 10, 2005 12:31 pm

One more thing for me to play with! I love it though... and will have to play around in Corel for a while. I haven't attempted making site templates yet.

I am using a variety of both 2 and 3 column sites and testing with any number of combinations. I love the rounded corner look with the drop shadow.

Am I correct in thinking that we will be able to change our colors, backgrounds and header graphics just like the existing XsitePro templates?

I'm also on the XsitePro forums, so I'll keep an eye out there, too.

Great work!
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Postby kidino » Thu Aug 11, 2005 11:03 am

Free XSitePro Templates

I know have free XSitePro template on my site. You can download it and drop it in the XSitePro installation folder and it'll appear among the options.

http://moneyclicking.net/xsitepro-templates
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Hmmm.. well I'm now a PROUD user of XSitePro!

Postby kgoodale » Mon Aug 22, 2005 4:48 am

Here I was just trying to get around to catching up on all the posts I've missed the last few months... and somehow... somewhere... :evil: here.. I read about XSitePro ... and then of course had to have it! :lol:

Had a total blast playing with for just one day now .. and just put up my first page at: http://ez-hosts.com/xsitepro.html Will play around with it more when I have time to add more pages.. and play with the features... but this is one terrific & powerful... yet FUN software program!! I love it!! :D

Karen G.
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Postby Blind Freddy » Thu Aug 25, 2005 10:07 pm

Hi,
I've just discovered XTREMEPRO, and would appreciate any info on how easy / difficult it is to convert existing templated dreamweaver sites to this application.

Thanks,
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Postby Lynn Terry » Thu Aug 25, 2005 11:42 pm

Blind Freddy wrote:Hi,
I've just discovered XTREMEPRO


Hi Eric - welcome to the forum :)

Do you have a link for "xtremepro"?
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Postby Blind Freddy » Sun Aug 28, 2005 8:48 am

Hello Lynn,

Thanks for the welcome. Look like you have a very active forum here.

Yes, I have a link. No takers to answer my question - which I would have preferred instead of emailing the developers.

Will do that if nothing is posted here.

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Postby Lynn Terry » Sun Aug 28, 2005 10:35 am

I wouldnt hesitate to email the developers - they are usually more than happy to provide information to potential customers ;)

Keep us posted...
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Postby kgoodale » Sun Aug 28, 2005 3:11 pm

Blind Freddy wrote:Hi,
I've just discovered XTREMEPRO, and would appreciate any info on how easy / difficult it is to convert existing templated dreamweaver sites to this application.

Thanks,
Eric G.


Hi Eric,

It is my understanding that you can take an existing template and resize it to work from the template selections "in" xsitepro, but don't believe you can add completed pages this way, you would need to add the content again. You can also design a template and slice it to fit header, sidebars left & right, footer etc.
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Postby Blind Freddy » Sat Sep 03, 2005 8:04 pm

Hi, and thanks for that information. If it was able to import the Dreamweaver info, it would be quite useful for me.

I'll email the developers and see if they are planning this function in a future release.

Thaks again and Kind Regards,
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I love using XsitePro

Postby jayt » Sat Nov 19, 2005 7:20 pm

Prior to XsitePro, I took 12 week evening course for Dreamweaver through community college. Even after taking this course I was still having problem building a basic website.

Then I read one of the post on a forum suggesting Xsitepro. I checked out their "7 Reasons Why You Need XSitePro Now!" video and I knew I had to buy this product.

I can not say enough about this product. This is one of the easiest to use site-builder tools period. If I can build professional looking website than anyone with no html knowledge can build a great looking website that is SEO friendly
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Postby Griffin Lilly Jr » Mon Dec 05, 2005 4:45 am

I read the testimonials and I am impressed with XSite Pro. I was wondering how does XSP square off with the likes of SBI? Very hard to dispute SBI's 'proof in the pudding' testimonial page plus the hit count of their clients (I am also considering that the hits do not tell how many are sales and the conversion rate).
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Postby Lynn Terry » Sat Dec 10, 2005 3:01 pm

Sir Griffin wrote:I read the testimonials and I am impressed with XSite Pro. I was wondering how does XSP square off with the likes of SBI? Very hard to dispute SBI's 'proof in the pudding' testimonial page plus the hit count of their clients (I am also considering that the hits do not tell how many are sales and the conversion rate).


SBI and XSitePro are both very good programs. XSitePro is the newest and "hottest" thing out, of course - but SBI has been around long enough to gain respect in the industry.

I dont use either package myself, as I've been developing my own sites for almost 9 years now - so havent had a need for a "web development solution" like this, personally. That said, the very next content site that I develop... will be done with XSitePro. I've heard enough about this program from people that I know and trust... that I can already tell it will make my job 10 times easier ;)

I have been "behind the scenes" in SBI before, and just found it "clumsy" - but that's a personal opinion, coming from someone who can hand-write code and doesnt like all of the extra stuff getting in the way. There are a lot of people that are doing very well with SBI sites, and the interface is actually helpful for someone who needs the step-by-step process.

Keep in mind that SBI is a subscription based program - you "renew" every year. XSitePro is a one-time investment.
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