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Oct 2015
lordsincrossX
@lordsincrossX
Oct 11 2015 02:53
Hello there, i'm new around here so first thing i have to say is that BackBee looks really impressive
However, right now my website is on a shared webhosting plan. which means i don't have neither SSH access nor WHM access...is there anyway to install BackBee like we do with Magento, WordPress and several others??
do the upload and go for yourdomain.com/install and do it?
ima dev
@ob7
Oct 11 2015 04:18
To get backbee installed on a webhosting plan, you will need to have the requirements there. So if the webhost will make sure the server you host on has those things available, then all you need is access to mysql and set up the database, as you would wordpress.
Heres the install tutorial
However, if you are serious about web applications, you need to get a vps
lordsincrossX
@lordsincrossX
Oct 11 2015 05:34
i'm not a developer. i'm a business owner, a business at it's very beginning and in brazil i face 2 problems: 1 - economy: our currency is at a rate of 4real/1dollar - thats a HUGE setback. 2 - getting a developer here to develop the stuff for me has proven quite expensive.
i wouldn't even know how to start configuring a VPS, thats why i asked for a kind of "prebuilt" version of the thing
lordsincrossX
@lordsincrossX
Oct 11 2015 05:39
when i found backbee i was looking for a powerful drag and drop toll that could really develop the page this way. cause all the drag and drop tools i found were "kinda drag and drop"...i think i'm doing very well on my own given my very limited knowledge...checkout the store i've built thus far www.lojarosseto.com
when i found backbee i was looking for a powerful drag and drop toll that could really develop the page this way. cause all the drag and drop tools i found were "kinda drag and drop"...i think i'm doing very well on my own given my very limited knowledge...checkout the store i've built thus far www.lojarosseto.com
ima dev
@ob7
Oct 11 2015 07:28
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I'd say BackBee is geared towards developers. But I can still point you in the right direction. You should look at www.concrete5.org, and then theres http://tidycms.com which is almost ready but not quite and you have to pay for it. But its suppose to be very easy to work with.
Concrete5 will also take some set up though... For turn key solution, I think tidycms may be what you need, but they are not quite done with it yet. But I've talked to their developers and I think it would definetly be something your looking for once its ready.
lordsincrossX
@lordsincrossX
Oct 11 2015 20:26
been playing around with concrete5 this last night, it's a really good one too. i'll take a look at tidycms. thx :D
ima dev
@ob7
Oct 11 2015 21:30
Anytime, we're here to help!