Posts by AMI

    Hi AMI


    But based on the stats in this forum there are only a few German users

    thats exactly the point, just because pagekit is not well known. And it will not become better known if theres no support in our language


    if someone wants to create a website or a blog, he uses wordpress, at least that is recommended.

    Actually, most would be better advised with a small CMS like pagekit and

    they would be glad if you they knew that it even existed ;)


    I recently read a statistic that says that every third website worldwide is based on wordpress,

    but why is it like that ?


    honestly, you did a great job with your support, the extensions and thanks to this forum pagekit is still a great cms.

    But it is all more or less pointless, if pk/biskuit is not known, it remains as "just another cms"


    P.S. we had this discussion over 2 years ago, do you remember?


    I know that you are primarily a developer, but maybe you will have a look outside the box, in the end it all belongs together.

    So jetzt aber genug Kritik von mir <3

    Great Idea SPQRInc


    Just my 2 cent and wish for the future (if we can have one, lol)


    1. customer support


    You are a developer and you deal with the CMS on a completely different level.

    However, Pagekit is primarily intended for end users and it can only become popular and stable, if many of them use it.

    I think it would be right if we can differentiate somehow. No end user wants to deal with cryptic code.


    2. German language


    Let's talk in German if we want to. Many don't want to struggle with translations.

    It is a German forum, many can speak English but not all. With German support, much more would have been going on here earlier.

    At least multi language must be tolerated in a subforum.


    In the end, I just want it to be easier for us, namely beginners who want to easily create a small page.

    Dont missunderstand me, of course it's great to have you all on board here :)

    For devs maybe less interesting, but for end users, I can highly recommend Publii CMS. It's just as easy as pk and much faster. Ideal for smaller websites. I have created my company page with it and until very satisfied.


    Before i used pagekit over 2 years. Its a pity that it wasnt developed further but life goes on

    yes but the tags are required by the google bot, so there is no chance to use your extension in this case :)

    its doesnt matter if inline or as file, google just doesnt recognize it, it needs the full code with tags in the given order


    are you using structured data ? please give it a try by yourself then you will see,


    btw this topic shhould be moved to seo, right ?

    The result in a few words: YooTheme would love to see more user input.

    Hm, but what does he exactly mean ? For me as a user i dont see many ways to give them any input. I already told others about pagekit and wrote about my experiences with pk, but what what else can i do as a non-dev ?

    i strongly recoomend you to use Roman`s assets extension.

    you can override and have different css (paddings for example) on different pages , thats exactly what i did

    I will be off for holidays soon and at the place where we stay there isnt any network, wifi, 3G or whatever. In short words: I am lost !

    Would it be possible to setup a pagekit installation that runs locally on my computer (mamp server) that works without any network connection ?

    Well then it is pretty easy to do so if you install roman's asset extension for pagekit!


    Just install it and create a new css asset with following content, that you probably need to adjust slightly:


    Well now each element that is tagged as .zoom-box should be scaled on mouse over.


    i stripped down the code a little bit, this works perfect fo me

    my first intention was that the cookie decline button leads the user to a static "sorry, good bye" page

    maybe this scenario will become real in the future, who knows ;)