I have to say that this appears to be the answer to what I want /need, however I am reluctant to shell our $90 in order to find out. I would need a proper demo, where I could do a lot more before investing that amount.
All the other cart systems have a free trial period, and a free demo.
When I first started reading this thread I was hoping that it would be good for an online shop I am thinking about, $90 sounds cheap compared to the pay monthly e-commerce solutions like Shopify.
I tried the demo and was impressed by the way it can re-calculate the currency for items, but...
Yep just as I thought, great for my Manchester United forum, the red is just right.
And at least you have included the PSD's for the Node Sprites too, which means I can customise them very easily.
Personally I would recommend the Keyword management tool by PixHouse.
You can set any word as a keyword and set a URL that it links to, internal or externally, a bit like Wiki does, great for your forum, and great for SEO
I've been made aware that registration e-mails are not being sent out.
I've tested it for a dummy account I set up and the e-mail came through, but I'm still not getting others even after they have sent the activation e-mail again.
I've read the posting tips, and I see there are differences on what is considered good grammar, if you apply the rules of American English grammar strictly, then anyone taught English in England will probably not be approved.
It may be a rule that you need to relax in order to encourage more...
I've signed up, and registered at the Gateway. For the life of me I cannot find any indication of how much the posts cost.
I've assumed that posts cost credits, to earn credits I must therefore post on other forums ?, at the moment there doesn't seem to be any that I can post on with any authority.
A forum can get to look like a clique, that is a comfortable group of members who are always answering each others messages, it can put people off joining and joining in.
One way to beat this is to personally welcome them, not just with a general welcome message, a PM from Admin, or even when...
I picked up on that one point because personally, and it is a personal thing, I don't think your forum looks that good, what I mean is what you think looks good doesn't always suit the genre, that needs a think.
Having a look through the member list, I see there are a lot who have registered but...
Ahh sorry I misunderstood, I think what you are after is the developers app, you need to look in the left sidebar of your FB page, scroll down to find "Developer" then click on Mange Apps, then click on Social, in the footer of the next page you's see Facebook login, I think that either takes...
I found the easiest way to post to FB page, Twitter and G+ is to set up a dlvr.it account, it does it all for you.
If you use the free version you get I think 5 feeds, but for $9.99 a month you can set 50 feeds to all the major social sites Twitter, FB, G+, Instagram and Pinterest