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By InHouse - June 17, 2008

www.healthylivinginfo.ca

CMSB is the backend for this site. A very few things are hard-coded which gives the client a lot of control over their content.

Many thanks to Dave and the Interactive Tools team for their support of my frequent questions!

J.

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By InHouse - July 2, 2008

I think you're right Jerry. But to be honest, most of the techniques I have used were found here on this forum (using the search function). Dave and the crew at Interactive Tools are outstanding in their level of assistance so after you've done a search for something you need, and come up empty, you should post the questions you have. If you're asking about something, then probably others are too.

There are a few people so far who have posted helpful 'how to' items already. Perhaps there could be a separate forum just for code snippets of that sort. But frankly, this forum has so much good stuff in it that whenever I search for a solution to a problem I learn more about the system and other ways of doing things just while I'm looking.

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By gkornbluth - July 2, 2008

I don't disagree (altogether). The issue comes in when the understanding of an issue is hampered by the fact that much of the file, code sharing and the like goes on (understandably) behind closed doors.

Things like "Oh I found my problem, thanks..." or "I fixed the code and put it up on your server. Hope this helps.", doesn't do much for the rest of us.

I don't expect anyone to give away any proprietary information, but more often than not, people are willing to share when asked, and if they're not asked, they just take their solution and go about their projects.

I don't think that many of us will be able to "steal a client" because we got the cookbook approach to some neat functionality, but it will sure make this software a more valuable tool.

Photoshop and DreamWeaver are great examples of software made more valuable by the user community's tips, tutorials, books and free and paid for classes.
The first CMS Builder reference book is now available on-line!

Take advantage of a free 3 month trial subscription, only for CMSB users, at: http://www.thecmsbcookbook.com/trial.php
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By NigelGordijk - July 11, 2008 - edited: July 11, 2008

Hi, Dave.

Here's my third CMS Builder site: http://www.amgltd.biz.

The other two are http://www.carv.ca and http://www.tomlinsonelitehockey.com.

I'm working on my fourth and I already have other licenses for future sites because it's so easy to convince clients that this is the ideal CMS for them.
Nigel Gordijk

Common Sense Design: User-focused Web design
Tel: 001 519 342 5348 | Web: www.commonsensedesign.net
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By blukabm - August 8, 2008 - edited: October 29, 2008

Another site I developed as a CMS site. Client LOVES it!

An entertainment complex, that needs to be able to update events, times, prices...etc.

http://www.entertrainmentjunction.com

[cool]
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By zip222 - August 21, 2008

New CMSB site launched:
http://www.univstainless.com/
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By Vaisoco - September 7, 2008

We completed our first a while ago - www.fareastfilms.com. Its a simple one but does use some search coding and a few extra bits.
We are currently coding an image gallery which integrates lightbox and a number of other more complex features.
I just wanted to say that this product is NOT just for simple website control. I have a team of extremely experienced open source and Microsoft developers. All have said that this product far exceeds any CMS product in terms of flexibility and control.

We think its fantastic and will pass on any major add ons we create.

Great work guys.
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By mistylinc - September 21, 2008

Greetings Everyone!
I've used CMS Builder on three sites, to help my clients be their own content managers! Saves me a bucket full of time!

http://www.cultureshockcoaching.com

http://www.actsentertainment.com

http://www,nowsthetime4u.com

Enjoy and has anyone successfully used the blog feature within CMS? If so, please email me your site so I can figure it out for myself, or perhaps you have some guidelines! Thanks!

Misty
http://www.mistylinc.com

HeartSafe EMS

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By avrom - September 29, 2008

HeartSafe Emergency Medical Solutions uses CMS Builder as the framework for updating all content, courses, course schedules etc.

http://www.firstaidforbc.com

A special Thank You as usual to Dave and the Interactive Tools team for their amazing support :))

Avrom, VirgoDesign.ca
www.virgodesign.ca