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OC Portal

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Have any of you tried this software? It does not look bad at all for being free. 

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Never tried that one Phil, looks interesting, but also looks like a lot of manual coding may be required to customize it. Want to fire up a test site and we can check it out? You might check into the e107 CMS BootStrap site software too, it looks really interesting! :D

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Looks like e107 stepped up their game. :) I might give that a try and see what they have done with it. e107 is not bad for being free. 

I will try to get a test site up tomorrow for you. :rauch23:

I am probably going to remove the GS test site because I really don't use it much. 

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A test site would be great Phil! Thanks!

Yeah, I agree, take the GS Test Site down, it serves no real purpose now.

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It was mainly created for testing and working on the skin for the release of 4.1 and as you said, now serves no purpose. I will put the ocPortal in the same location after I remove the test site. After I have it installed, I will PM you with the info. ;)

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Thanks Phil! Would love to check it out. Maybe we can test out the e107 CMS BootStrap later too? :D

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I plan to do that also. ?

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Oh yeah!

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I am about to use Bootstrap as a UI control layer at work. So it would be useful to test those.

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Should I install e107 1st then? I don't want to have both at the same time. 

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Personally I would love to see e107 first Phil.

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Ok, we'll do that then. That is the one I want to see 1st too and sz1 also. 

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Sounds good to me!

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Hopefully e107 will work on PHP 5.5 we'll see. I am cleaning up the server a bit then will install. I will let you know when I am done. 

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Well, I know it worked on PHP 5.0, so it should be fine on 5.5 I hope. Thanks Phil!

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