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i haz title: speed-g-dof
written by Speeder on Aug 01, 2009 18:59
Hello Alex! Finally I found a reason to make a site that use postline, I want to make a brazillian GP2X site for portuguese speakers... CAn I use postline???
written by Cryoburner on Aug 01, 2009 19:42
The Postline engine is free to use and modify, though Alex hasn't released the files for Postline 2009 quite yet. The older version can be found here, though I'm not sure if it's missing any fixes or security updates.

I'm planning on installing PL2009 at a site of my own once Alex finishes fixing it up and uploads the source files. I'll probably heavily modify the general layout and graphical elements to give it a different look and feel, but the back end should remain mostly the same to help retain compatibility with updates.
i haz title: speed-g-dof
written by Speeder on Aug 02, 2009 01:40
So my mind was not failing... It was free to use...

I think that to change look and feel only CSS is needed to change, no?
written by Armok on Aug 02, 2009 02:18
I'm wondering when the new files will be released? There is a few things I'd like to use postline (generally, whenever someone I know has some kind of website, I recommend them to get a forum, and whenever someone is getting a forum, i recommend the use of postline) for and having to use an old version would be a bit sour.
"gheeh!" (c)h.azuma
written by Yayo on Aug 02, 2009 16:09
I doubt that changing only the css file would work.. : /

I suspect that alex finished this time too to add many unrequired tags to support his site "look". : P

I was in fact interested too in taking a look to the source code to see if it was possible to divide completely the style from the markup so to get something more flexible even if someway poorer in look, which would allw us to code and provide our CSS styles.
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