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Drag And Drop Visual Editor WordPress

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Drag And Drop Visual Editor WordPress

Plug N Edit provides the ability for your sites user's to create dynamic pages, profiles and portfolios. We then send the content back to your web site to be…

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  • Tim Rollins
    July 23, 2013

    HI I would like to know how to start with the theme that I have already
    chosen? Then add all the other content? Thanks

  • James Richardson
    July 23, 2013

    I work as a web developer and I recorded a series of video tutorials for
    wordpress. WordPress experts agree that this is the most extensive
    wordpress training ever. Period. go to my channel and find the link I have
    posted for this training course

  • Echoman
    July 23, 2013

    This is amazing will it work on buddypress aswell?

  • John Brown
    July 23, 2013

    Please send a detailed support question to the email address on plugnedit
    com’s home page.

  • Ruben Malán
    July 23, 2013

    It has a lot of potentials. A great tool, thank you. For now, I can say
    that I need more instructions. I will figured out eventually without them.
    I’d like to read a very detailed and specific list of instructions. The
    video goes too fast and has no aural explanations. I’m just a beginner, a
    novice…it will take hours or days to figure out how to use it safety and
    expeditiously. Thanks again.

  • ViennaForever
    July 22, 2013

    How do you not see the Forest for the Trees? How can it NOT OCCUR to you
    that the Video should START with the look of a PAGE as DISPLAYED to the
    public on a website FIRST. Show us the Finished Look First. THEN dive into
    the Admin Controls. Then, at the END show that Page as Finished output on a
    Website Again. Your video completely fails to entice me because the junk I
    see you doing doesn’t look like good design. You might have won me over if
    you had the sense to SHOW the rendered page.

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