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PageLines Demo (changes as the theme changes, typically used for testing/displaying beta release stuff — see the “download demo” link at the very bottom of the page)
For reference, here is the demo site’s current layout: http://screencast.com/t/rXF3ilaUpZmQ
And a selection from the screen shot above, to illustrate how Sections are used and where they show up: http://screencast.com/t/TcWtWGYOEi
List of new features in PageLines 2.2 and wiki info about them: http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/How_to_Use_the_Grid
PageLines Store RSS feed (the content of which is displayed in a widget on this page)
How to LESS CSS and PageLines, by Nick Haskins
Tutorial: How to move the branding logo to not be full-width and to make the other elements (e.g. nav, social, search) show up alongside the logo: Using Hooks to Customize Your Pagelines Framework (see the forum post)
Questions on PageLines upgrades (e.g. from 2.1.6 to 2.2)?
PageLines purchases of 1.x versions require a paid upgrade to go to 2.x versions.
PageLines released 2.x version in late 2011 (December, I think), and 2.2 is being released in May/June 2012. You’ll get a lot of use and value from the 2.x version, and we’re only on 2.2! But, someday, when 3.x comes out, it’ll be a paid upgrade too. That’s their current policy.
More information about their update and 30-day full-refund return policies viewable at the bottom of this page: http://www.pagelines.com/pricing/
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