Comments for Adaptive Website Framework

28 Feb 2007 09:37 frank82

Just a great tool
Because I'm still using this great framework on some of my sites, I just want to praise the developer here with this comment. Although the cms is quite old, it is still a pleasure to work with it.


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Frank

09 Nov 2005 06:24 grx

Sorry
Sorry but the Links in my last comment doesn't work. So here is the 2nd try:
http://www.grellimedia.de (http://www.grellimedia.de) and http://www.sparanleitung.de (http://www.sparanleitung.de)

09 Nov 2005 06:05 grx

AWF 1
Hi,

i still build all of my Websites with AWF 1 and made some own modules. Examples of the sites are www.Grellimedia.de and www.sparanleitung.de.
It would be nice to find some other webmasters whom also work with AWF 1 and has some own modules which they would divide with other.

03 Feb 2005 05:46 liquidbytes

New Documentation Wiki for AWF2
http://awf2-manual.liquidbytes.net/index.php/Main_Page (http://awf2-manual.liquidbytes.net/index.php/Main_Page)

12 Oct 2002 06:55 awfer

awf is awfsome
Hi. This product is excellent, and a bunch of us who share this view have a website in its honour and to help as much as we can.

awfers.org (http://awfers.org)

If it is wished for, we are working on it!

26 May 2002 10:23 thormedia

KDE 3.0.1 + MDK8.2 + LIQUID 0.9.5
Im going round the twist! Can anyone please tell me if it's possible to get it working on the above?

Tried installing source, tried Texstars RPM but nothing seems to work!!

Anyone who can help?

Many thanks!

16 Dec 2001 13:59 zelsyus

just gorgeous!
i love this great thing.
the installation and customization is as easy as
possible.

18 Aug 2001 17:25 fyl

Re: Using awf from liquidbytes

> This project appears brilliant, in that
> it uses cache and module includes to
> make pages on the fly. It appears to
> produce lean fast code that will do
> exactly what i need.<br>
> The problem for me is that there is no
> English documentation, and I can't
> figure out how to get into the backend
> interface to add/delete things within
> the modules. Looking at the .inc codes
> shows me that things exist there, (E.G.
> Register New User), but I don't see a
> way to activate it.
> Help please - :-))


The documentation is "almost translated" in the current development version. I still have some questions but it really is looking good.

10 Aug 2001 20:54 rhys22

Using awf from liquidbytes
This project appears brilliant, in that it uses cache and module includes to make pages on the fly. It appears to produce lean fast code that will do exactly what i need.<br>
The problem for me is that there is no English documentation, and I can't figure out how to get into the backend interface to add/delete things within the modules. Looking at the .inc codes shows me that things exist there, (E.G. Register New User), but I don't see a way to activate it.
Help please - :-))

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