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    Default CRM

    Hi i have search but cant find anything but know it has been asked before is there a way to make sites for customers that enable them to modify them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshamweb View Post
    Hi i have search but cant find anything but know it has been asked before is there a way to make sites for customers that enable them to modify them?
    Xara Cloud:



    Why title your ask as CRM? Customer Relationship Manager applications are not websites.

    Acorn
    Acorn - My currently active Xara software: XDPX (current, v15, v12 & 11 (64-bit)), unserviced XWD Premium 15 & 12, XPGD10, X3D7; lots of licences back through time (to CC's Artworks). If your Post identifies a Xara software fault, please raise it directly with Magix --> support2.magix.com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheshamweb View Post
    Hi i have search but cant find anything but know it has been asked before is there a way to make sites for customers that enable them to modify them?
    Assuming you mean a CMS (Content Management System) then this is not possible with Web Designer.

    To enable your customer to be able to change or add content to the site (with restrictions) requires software such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal etc which are uploaded to the host - some hosts provide one or more of these. The host must also support PHP and MySQL.

    Note there is a steep learning curve for CMS systems

    JB

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeebes View Post
    Assuming you mean a CMS (Content Management System) then this is not possible with Web Designer.

    To enable your customer to be able to change or add content to the site (with restrictions) requires software such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal etc which are uploaded to the host - some hosts provide one or more of these. The host must also support PHP and MySQL.

    Note there is a steep learning curve for CMS systems

    JB
    Sorry Yes you are right but cant find the edit button. Ok though i saw a post once with editable regions for clients

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    Default Re: CMS

    There is a third-party CMS (Content Management System) that has been referred to in previous TG threads: https://demo.xt-cms.com/xara/ and https://www.xt-cms.com/.

    Personally, I would not provide a 'website client' with a CMS option unless they had a strong CMS understanding/skills set. Were a client to insist on an editable section on their Xara website, you could create (for example) an embedded Google Doc/Sheet/Slides that they could edit. This would be contained within an iframe.

    If you were referring to a document not a website, you have Acorn's earlier references to Xara Cloud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Initiostar View Post
    If you were referring to a document not a website, you have Acorn's earlier references to Xara Cloud.
    Websites are editable through xara Cloud, you just would not build one from there.

    Acorn
    Acorn - My currently active Xara software: XDPX (current, v15, v12 & 11 (64-bit)), unserviced XWD Premium 15 & 12, XPGD10, X3D7; lots of licences back through time (to CC's Artworks). If your Post identifies a Xara software fault, please raise it directly with Magix --> support2.magix.com.

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    Default Re: CMS

    Man ythanks will look

 

 

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