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  1. Tim
    Tim September 13, 2012 at 19:08 | | Reply

    I like pagelines more than a friend. I initially thought a single-site license would be enough. Phew, was I wrong. Pagelines swept me off my feet and never even took me to dinner. We still haven’t even been on one date and I am head over heels. Getting ready to do a site on the side and finish mine and boy would I love to do them in pagelines and then tell everyone I see at the supermarket how amazing it is to work with pagelines. Merry Christmas.

  2. Greg
    Greg September 13, 2012 at 19:21 | | Reply

    What’s interesting is the number of different frameworks out there. I currently use Studiopress but Pagelines is really growing on me. I used Pagelines a few years ago and have watched it’s development. I think it’s far ahead of Headway and is competing now with the likes of Woo and Studiopress. Would love to use it as my main blog. Enjoyed the interview, too. 😉

  3. Harold Abrams
    Harold Abrams September 13, 2012 at 21:48 | | Reply

    I currently use the free PageLines template and I love it. Looking forward to upgrading to the Professional / Personal Edition. I think for self-bloggers like myself,who hand a lot of tasks, multiple and creative drop and drag options are important.

  4. DNA
    DNA September 14, 2012 at 08:55 | | Reply

    Life is hard. Work is hard. PageLines makes it easier. Building a site with PageLines … now that’s being pampered!

  5. BigDan
    BigDan September 14, 2012 at 10:56 | | Reply

    Great Interview.

    I have used most of the theme/frameworks out there such as WooThemes Canvas, StudioPress, Headway and I have enjoyed using PageLines the most.

    It allows you to create great looking websites super fast. I highly recommend it for newbies and developers.

  6. jamie
    jamie September 19, 2012 at 22:07 | | Reply

    I’ve been using PageLines since the 1.5 version, it was great then, and man it has come a long way… I now offer Responsive sites to all my clients as a default, and PageLines is the only thing we develop with anymore… And 2.3 just came out today.. lots of new fun stuff to try! Way to go Andrew! Keep it up!

  7. Eric Suiker
    Eric Suiker September 19, 2012 at 22:43 | | Reply

    For the last couple of months I have been reading more and more about the new way to build WordPress websites “the easy way”.
    Pagelines is rapidly becoming one of the top tools a WP developer neefs in the toolbox.
    So now the time has come to get started with it…

  8. Ed Gray
    Ed Gray September 20, 2012 at 05:08 | | Reply

    If I could build a theme for WordPress from the ground up it would look a lot like Pagelines. It includes leading edge web design features like Twitter Bootstrap, responsive design, LESS, icons fonts (in the latest 2.3 version) and a page by page layout control with awesome custom post types. I like that formatting is left to CSS and not a multitude of drop down menus that you find in Canvas.

  9. Dustin
    Dustin September 21, 2012 at 01:24 | | Reply

    There was a time when I was struggling with choosing Pagelines or Headway. Well, those days are gone! Pagelines is clean, lean, and mean. I love it. They really seem to be passionate and committed to the product!

    I already have a developers license, so if I won I would have my own contest :p

  10. MrLee
    MrLee September 21, 2012 at 04:01 | | Reply

    I just want to make things LOOK GOOD. Until I found Pagelines, I was putting massive time into each site I created. So much time that I didn’t feel comfortable selling myself a “web designer”. Now, I can just focus on the look and feel, and just let the rest work itself out. So [email protected]$% badass.

    Instead of learning the hard code, I’m just working on the pretty stuff. Thanks dudes. Exactly what I need.

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