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CityDesk Wizards/Templates: New licensing, pricing

We have adapted and radically simplified the pricing scheme for our CityDesk Wizards / website templates. No more differentiation between Private and Commercial use. One single price per website project. Period.

And - hey, it's christmas time - 25% and more in price reductions, even compared to our former Private Licenses.

Example: ESPOO is EUR 19, VANTAA is now only EUR 62,00!

Check it out at:

http://www.citydeskwizards.com

Even more good stuff coming leading up to christmas eve...watch this space.

Regards

Patrick

Patrick Thomas
Tuesday, December 07, 2004

I'm curious - where do the names for all your templates come from? Are they words from another language, or acronyms, or something else?

Whenever I read a comment about one of them, I never know which template they're referring to because the names mean nothing in English. I have to go check your website and say "Ah, FORSSA, that's the 3-column one".

Darren Collins
Tuesday, December 07, 2004


"JUUKA is our free CityDesk Wizard. You can use it with any version of CityDesk"

Can't get much easier than that!!

Joe Knapp
Tuesday, December 07, 2004

> I'm curious - where do the names for all your templates
> come from? Are they words from another language, or
> acronyms, or something else?

http://dir.yahoo.com/Regional/Countries/Finland/Cities_and_Towns/

Cheers

Patrick
http://www.citydeskwizards.com

Patrick Thomas
Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Interesting! Thanks for explaining.

Darren Collins
Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Thomas,

I hope you make money from your efforts! At least someone is developing CD.

Joel should let you develop CD v3.

Now, how 'bout developing a full featured version of HTML DbSCRIPT? Specifically, the MakePage feature needs to be seamlessly integrated with the CD Templates.

For example, I have my MAIN template, and I have my PRINTERFRIENDLY template. The MakePage feature should work with these templates.

Of course, using something like HTML DbSCRIPT with MySQL and PHP with CityDesk would be quite something! Especially if the live MySQL db was on the server, so that users could update it, and CD would connect to it to use the MakePage feature.

-Bob

Bob Bloom
Wednesday, December 08, 2004

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