Website Conversion from VSD to RLMP -...

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matthew rezac wrote:
Nice transition, Steve. Looks like you only had to create one significant break point.

Inger, Don't let your age stop you. This program is easier to use than I thought it was going to be. A year ago, I didn't even know a div tag was. But that happens if you get too Dreamweavereee.



For that website I used 2 break points. Most of my websites have three and I think only one has 4. I just cannot visualize the reason for having more than that. I mean the layout would have to be super complicated to have more.
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Steve,
I´m one of those who expecting for RSD.
How do you implement a site that you make with RLMP today?
What tool did you use?

thanks,
Marcello
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Hi Marcello,

I used RLMP, Menu Builder and Wow Slider. You cannot import anything. You have to start over from scratch and start building out layout. The only thing i took from the previous website was the content.
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Since I don´t want to restart the counter.
I won´t say the magic word in English.:D
Quando?
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At this point it's probably more like "Quantos Anos?" *snickers and runs away before Scott can boot her* :P
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I had a software company for twenty years(an ERP producer)
I know the difference being profitable or not is not selling buggy software.
I respect that.
The good news is that there are an enourmous market ou there.
WIX,Weebly,Webs and so on are really expensive on the long run,and they´re from
really small to small sites because they allow just two versions of your site,and you´ve
to rearrange everything from times to times.
Also all other products I´ve researched WebAcapella,WYSIWYG WEB Builder does thing in the same
way,I really expect something good from Coffecup,having something based on a grid System but easy
as CoffeCup allways was.
Unfortunatelly I can not wait anymore,I´ll buy "a not what I want product" right now,since it is cheap and I can make
my life with it and come back when RSD is available.
In fact I didn´t try RLM ,but from What I´ve seen ,RSD will have no competitors with the same concept,not for no HTML and bits specialists at least.
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Unfortunatelly I can not wait anymore,I´ll buy "a not what I want product" right now,since it is cheap and I can make
my life with it and come back when RSD is available.
In fact I didn´t try RLM ,but from What I´ve seen ,RSD will have no competitors with the same concept,not for no HTML and bits specialists at least.


I totally understand what you are saying here and agree for the most part. All I would like to point out is that RSD wont be a program you will be able to open and start banging out websites like there is no tomorrow right out of the box, especially if you have no clue how the controls work.

If you get RLMP and get used to the controls in it you will have a seamless transition to RSD and you will be able to load all the RLM files into RSD to finish the content.

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Steve wrote:


If you get RLMP and get used to the controls in it you will have a seamless transition to RSD and you will be able to load all the RLM files into RSD to finish the content.



The problem is that I must create some sites right now.
If in the end I have some spare time,I´ll probably also buy RLM too.
I´m not a professional site developer,just for the business of my family.
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If it's just a personal, or family site, then why not throw up a good responsive Wordpress site for the time being? If you have a host then it's FREE. That way you can save your pennies for RLMP and RSD ( when it's out ) and work on your skills with those. I'm not a big fan of WP, but for a cheap ( free ) alternative then it's not to bad. Just a thought . . .:cool:
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