Special Offer for Themler Users

Support Team
Support Team posted this 16 November 2021

Dear Themler User,

We are happy to present you with the Special Offer available for Themler Users:

  • If your Themler license is active get the appropriate Nicepage license for free!
    In addition, we'll add 6 months to your current Themler license free update period.
    Your current Themler license will continue to work.
  • If your Themler license is expired you can get a Nicepage license with up to 70% discount!
  • Themler users without any license can use the promo code themler25 to get the Nicepage license with a 25% discount!

Please click the following link to check your offer.

Dear Themler User, We are happy to present you with the Special Offer available for Themler Users: - If your Themler license is active get the appropriate [Nicepage][1] license **for free**! In addition, we'll add **6 months** to your current Themler license free update period. Your current Themler license will continue to work. - If your Themler license is expired you can get a Nicepage license with **up to 70% discount**! - Themler users without any license can use the promo code ***themler25*** to get the Nicepage license with a **25% discount**! Please click the following link to **[check your offer](https://nicepage.com/themler/special-offer).** [1]: http://nicepage.com

Last edited 24 November 2021 by Support Team

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pdg.design
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pdg.design posted this 23 November 2021

Nicepage is good to build single pages the site, but not for templates. I find few big bugs in it, and opened few tickets to support.

Nicepage is good to build single pages the site, but not for templates. I find few big bugs in it, and opened few tickets to support.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 24 November 2021

Andrzej M.,

  1. Themler will continue working and we will continue supporting it.
    2 and 3. We cannot promise major changes in th program as it is already very advanced. Still we are going to support coming versions of Wordpress, Joomla, Woocommerce and Virtuemart as well as PHP, fix issues.

For everybody - you may consider trying to use Nicepage for content and Themler for a theme. Some of our customers have shared their experience of successfully creating websites in this way.

Sincerely,
Nettie

**Andrzej M.**, 1. Themler will continue working and we will continue supporting it. 2 and 3. We cannot promise major changes in th program as it is already very advanced. Still we are going to support coming versions of Wordpress, Joomla, Woocommerce and Virtuemart as well as PHP, fix issues. **For everybody** - you may consider trying to use Nicepage for content and Themler for a theme. Some of our customers have shared their experience of successfully creating websites in this way. Sincerely, Nettie
matrix630307
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matrix630307 posted this 24 November 2021

Hi
I work many years with themler and i have a lot of sites with themler-templates.

So far, I haven't found anything comparable to Themler. Therefore I would / am very interested in themler continuing to be entertained ...

Thank you Themler-Team!

Hi I work many years with themler and i have a lot of sites with themler-templates. So far, I haven't found anything comparable to Themler. Therefore I would / am very interested in themler continuing to be entertained ... Thank you Themler-Team!
jeanmarcvieux
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jeanmarcvieux posted this 24 November 2021

For my part I use both. But in a sense themler remains the best.
With Nicepage I encounter enormous problems of compatibility with certain components: Display outside the viewport, non-compatible css .... And there are not all the options that themler can offer.
For me Nicepage remains for simple use. For a showcase site it's fine, for the rest I prefer Themler. Besides, nicepage is not as flexible as themler.
So please don't let die themler (and fix the cert issue)

For my part I use both. But in a sense themler remains the best. With Nicepage I encounter enormous problems of compatibility with certain components: Display outside the viewport, non-compatible css .... And there are not all the options that themler can offer. For me Nicepage remains for simple use. For a showcase site it's fine, for the rest I prefer Themler. Besides, nicepage is not as flexible as themler. So please don't let die themler (and fix the cert issue)
jeanmarcvieux
30 Posts
jeanmarcvieux posted this 24 November 2021

Hi
I work many years with themler and i have a lot of sites with themler-templates.

So far, I haven't found anything comparable to Themler. Therefore I would / am very interested in themler continuing to be entertained ...

Thank you Themler-Team!

I completely agree.

> Hi > I work many years with themler and i have a lot of sites with themler-templates. > > So far, I haven't found anything comparable to Themler. Therefore I would / am very interested in themler continuing to be entertained ... > > Thank you Themler-Team! > I completely agree.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 24 November 2021

Hello,

The SSL-certificate issue is fixed. You may need to refresh the page or clear browser cache if it is still present.

Sincerely,
Nettie

Hello, The SSL-certificate issue is fixed. You may need to refresh the page or clear browser cache if it is still present. Sincerely, Nettie
Vitaliy WD
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Vitaliy WD posted this 24 November 2021

2 and 3. We cannot promise major changes in th program as it is already very advanced. Still we are going to support coming versions of Wordpress, Joomla, Woocommerce and Virtuemart as well as PHP, fix issues.

Sincerely,
Nettie

How about Prestashop 1.7.8.x support? You don't plan to support coming versions of Prestashop on PRO plan (most expensive coast)?

> 2 and 3. We cannot promise major changes in th program as it is already very advanced. Still we are going to support coming versions of Wordpress, Joomla, Woocommerce and Virtuemart as well as PHP, fix issues. > > Sincerely, > Nettie > > > How about Prestashop 1.7.8.x support? You don't plan to support coming versions of Prestashop on PRO plan (most expensive coast)?
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