HOW DO YOU LIKE THEMLER?

explainervideo10
10 Posts
explainervideo10 posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello Everyone,

I've been reading a lot of different reviews for the new software Themler. I'm an old Artisteer user tired of the limitations of this software. I can find a few good -and apparently, real- reviews for Themler, however, there a lot of really bad reviews regarding lots of issues.

A few post from 2016 says the software has fixed the bugs that made it worthless but now I read that you can't save your work.

Any Idea , Suggestions would be appreciated,

Thanks,

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

References:http://www.artisteer.com/?post_id=251543&p=forum_post&forum_id=9

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Hello Everyone, I've been reading a lot of different reviews for the new software Themler. I'm an old Artisteer user tired of the limitations of this software. I can find a few good -and apparently, real- reviews for Themler, however, there a lot of really bad reviews regarding lots of issues. A few post from 2016 says the software has fixed the bugs that made it worthless but now I read that you can't save your work. Any Idea , Suggestions would be appreciated, Thanks, I didn't find the right solution from the internet. References:http://www.artisteer.com/?post_id=251543&p=forum_post&forum_id=9 [animated infographic][1] [1]: https://blog.advids.co/20-innovative-animated-infographic-video-marketing-examples/
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Vitaliy WD
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Vitaliy WD posted this 3 weeks ago

Hello.

If you need generator with one-click design: Artisster and uPage will help.

If you need mid-level website: Themler is great tool, but you need time to learn it and have some knowledges about how Bootstrap work.

If you need high-end products: need to work with frameworks and code directly, need to know HTML5, CSS, JS, PHP, MYSQL.

This is IMHO.

Hello. If you need generator with one-click design: Artisster and uPage will help. If you need mid-level website: Themler is great tool, but you need time to learn it and have some knowledges about how Bootstrap work. If you need high-end products: need to work with frameworks and code directly, need to know HTML5, CSS, JS, PHP, MYSQL. This is IMHO.
Cpanel Ireland
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Cpanel Ireland posted this 5 days ago

Hi explainervideo10,

I have used Themler more or less from the beginning and once you have got your head around where everything is and how it works it's actually quite simple and fast to create Themes.

Here are a few examples below.

http://www.zipit.ie/
http://www.engineroomagency.com/
http://www.houseworksfestival.com/

Overall I think this software second to none

Hi explainervideo10, I have used Themler more or less from the beginning and once you have got your head around where everything is and how it works it's actually quite simple and fast to create Themes. Here are a few examples below. http://www.zipit.ie/ http://www.engineroomagency.com/ http://www.houseworksfestival.com/ Overall I think this software second to none
Bayern
100 Posts
Bayern posted this 4 days ago

i like Themler very much

i like Themler very much
Bijoubyte
105 Posts
Bijoubyte posted this 3 days ago

Hi explainervideo10,

I have used Themler more or less from the beginning and once you have got your head around where everything is and how it works it's actually quite simple and fast to create Themes.

Here are a few examples below.

http://www.zipit.ie/
http://www.engineroomagency.com/
http://www.houseworksfestival.com/

Overall I think this software second to none

Great looking websites!

> Hi explainervideo10, > > I have used Themler more or less from the beginning and once you have got your head around where everything is and how it works it's actually quite simple and fast to create Themes. > > Here are a few examples below. > > http://www.zipit.ie/ > http://www.engineroomagency.com/ > http://www.houseworksfestival.com/ > > Overall I think this software second to none > Great looking websites!
damian_tito25
6 Posts
damian_tito25 posted this 2 days ago

It's easy and practical to create themes

can be completed with other visual composer plugins etc.

It's easy and practical to create themes can be completed with other visual composer plugins etc.
Bob the Goat
8 Posts
Bob the Goat posted this 2 days ago

I do like Themler, it seems to be pretty advanced at what you can do with it, even though it is a bit slow. But the quicker theme builders like Artisteer and I've messed with Template Toaster a bit, it seems like neither one are as advanced and customizable as Themler.

So for me, if I need a quick simple layout, I use Artisteer/Template Toaster. But for more advanced designs, I use Themler. I haven't tried uPage much yet, but I may eventually. I'd like to stay with Themler, as long as the Themler team continues to work on it. They were doing bug fixes and were releasing beta updates about once a month, but they haven't seem to come out with any since early August 2017. I hope they don't abandon and focus full time on uPage, like they did with Artisteer.

I do like Themler, it seems to be pretty advanced at what you can do with it, even though it is a bit slow. But the quicker theme builders like Artisteer and I've messed with Template Toaster a bit, it seems like neither one are as advanced and customizable as Themler. So for me, if I need a quick simple layout, I use Artisteer/Template Toaster. But for more advanced designs, I use Themler. I haven't tried uPage much yet, but I may eventually. I'd like to stay with Themler, as long as the Themler team continues to work on it. They were doing bug fixes and were releasing beta updates about once a month, but they haven't seem to come out with any since early August 2017. I hope they don't abandon and focus full time on uPage, like they did with Artisteer.
DaveOzric
649 Posts
DaveOzric posted this 2 days ago

It's all I use now. You can do some really great things with it. Takes some time to learn but all things do.

It's all I use now. You can do some really great things with it. Takes some time to learn but all things do.
Linkebel
144 Posts
Linkebel posted this yesterday

I do not recommend Themler

1) It is very slow
2) Often makes third party plugins crash
3) Some bugs where it takes a long time for them to be repaired
4) The support is very very very slow to answer
5) Does not support the latest version of Prestashop and Magento
6) The project seems dead for 1 year now
7) The team has already abandoned a project leaving their client in the enbarras (Artisteer)
8) The team makes fun of people by saying yes we work on it while it is not true (Prestashop 1.7 is under construction since at least February 2017 and at the moment still nothing, it will be ready when the version 1.8 will come out lol)
9) It's not possible for your client to edit the content without Themler or you have to go through third party plugins

I do not recommend Themler 1) It is very slow 2) Often makes third party plugins crash 3) Some bugs where it takes a long time for them to be repaired 4) The support is very very very slow to answer 5) Does not support the latest version of Prestashop and Magento 6) The project seems dead for 1 year now 7) The team has already abandoned a project leaving their client in the enbarras (Artisteer) 8) The team makes fun of people by saying yes we work on it while it is not true (Prestashop 1.7 is under construction since at least February 2017 and at the moment still nothing, it will be ready when the version 1.8 will come out lol) 9) It's not possible for your client to edit the content without Themler or you have to go through third party plugins
DaveOzric
649 Posts
DaveOzric posted this yesterday

Let me clarify, I use it for HTML and Joomla only. Works well. Can't speak to other platforms at all. I think they should of stuck with the 4 main things and been done. Joomla, WordPress, Drupal and HTML

Let me clarify, I use it for HTML and Joomla only. Works well. Can't speak to other platforms at all. I think they should of stuck with the 4 main things and been done. Joomla, WordPress, Drupal and HTML
Vitaliy WD
207 Posts
Vitaliy WD posted this yesterday

I'm use Themler on local WAMP server with Joomla and it works fine.

I think they should of stuck with the 4 main things and been done.
Joomla, WordPress, Drupal and HTML

Totally agree!

I'm use Themler on local WAMP server with Joomla and it works fine. > I think they should of stuck with the 4 main things and been done. > Joomla, WordPress, Drupal and HTML Totally agree!
Bob the Goat
8 Posts
Bob the Goat posted this yesterday

I'd also like to mention that I use it for WordPress, using the Desktop app. It works well with WordPress also. I also agree with Dave, I believe sticking with the 3 main CMS's (including WooCommerce) and HTML.

I'd also like to mention that I use it for WordPress, using the Desktop app. It works well with WordPress also. I also agree with Dave, I believe sticking with the 3 main CMS's (including WooCommerce) and HTML.
DaveOzric
649 Posts
DaveOzric posted this yesterday

We'll see, they are pretty quiet lately. I have nothing against developing a new program if they can support both.

We'll see, they are pretty quiet lately. I have nothing against developing a new program if they can support both.
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