The first CMS Builder reference book is available now!

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Last Post: July 15, 2009   (RSS)

Re: [gkornbluth] The first CMS Builder reference book is available now!

By AussieT - July 9, 2009

Good one Jerry

I have not purchased CMS B yet, but I will definitely buy your book as soon as I do purchase a license. I will need all the help I can get!

I was acutally wondering if there was a book around. While the forum and support from IT is absolutely great thier online manual is not a walk in the park for newbies.

One question

Do you plan to do future updates to the book as new features and improvements are added to CMSB?

And if so will the updates be free to previous buyers? [cool]

Re: [AussieT] The first CMS Builder reference book is available now!

By gkornbluth - July 9, 2009

When you decide to buy CMS Builder I know you'll be impressed at how flexible and well thought out a program it is.

The Cookbook comes with a year of updates.
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

Re: [gkornbluth] The first CMS Builder reference book is available now!

By Moonworks - July 10, 2009

We are currently reviewing the book, but I can say that for anybody who wants to know many of those little things that solve issues, this is a great way to do it.
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Re: [Moonworks] The first CMS Builder reference book is available now!

By AussieT - July 14, 2009


We are currently reviewing the book, but I can say that for anybody who wants to know many of those little things that solve issues, this is a great way to do it.



Moonworks, any further reviews on this book?

Are there screenshots?

Is it for newbies or experts?

Is it more than just a collection of posts from this forum?

Does it add anything that is not covered in the CMS Builder manuals?

Thanks

AussieT

Re: [AussieT] The first CMS Builder reference book is available now!

By Moonworks - July 15, 2009

I'm still going through the book to write the review, so it wouldn't be fair to say too much until I have done so.

The majority of the book has been taken from these forums, but been put into sections, making it easier to understand and find information.

I also understand that it is a work in progress, continually being updated, with all updates being provided free of charge.
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