Overheard on Twitter

We reminded our Twitter followers how easy our 301 Redirect manager is to set up, and we got some great and encouraging responses. Here's one from @cbnnexus:

@LightCMS Yes, it's so easy I literally gasped the first time I used it. You guys rock, as per usual.

If you haven't looked at it before, be sure to check it out here.

3 comments (Add your own)

1. Ruben Mancia wrote:
thank You

Sat, May 22, 2010 @ 12:47 PM

2. new wrote:
I'm a new user... I wish there was a better way to get assistance-
I can't seem to get rid of the "Welcome to Light CMS" image from the middle of the site I'm making...nor can i seem to rid of its logo.

I haven't seen anything in the help section for editing that will answer these questions. I wanted to make several sites on here...but troubleshooting is taking forever without having company support.

Any words from anyone on this...How easy is this really?
I may just be frustrated, but right now it seems easier just to create from scratch in Dreamweaver.

Tue, May 25, 2010 @ 1:21 PM

3. Tim Wall wrote:
Hi new, I would be happy to help you here on the blog comments, but a quicker way to get help would be to email our support team directly at answers@speaklight.com

To answer your question - first, to edit content on the site, you need to login. Just put /login at the end of your site address (i.e. yoursite.publishpath.com/login ) - then, just hover over the control bar that's at the top of the content you want to edit and you can edit or delete the content right there.

If you're still having trouble, we may need you to send us the URL of your site so we can take a look. If you don't want to share it publicly, you can send it to the support address mentioned above. We are here to help so please let us know what we can do.

Thanks again for checking out LightCMS.

Tue, May 25, 2010 @ 1:28 PM

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