Changes for page Testimonials

Last modified by Lars Beck on 2024/05/07

From version 87.4
edited by Vincent Massol
on 2018/12/06
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To version 87.2
edited by Vincent Massol
on 2018/12/06
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55 55  > great! every time I scratch the surface of XWiki, there's more surface to scratch! this really is a great product.
56 56  )))
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58 +* 19 May 2016, from Manuel Chaverra:(((
59 +> Hi everyone,
60 +>
61 +>Before I send my feedback I have to say that english is not my first language, so I apologize for my english.
62 +>
63 +>I'm new using XWiki and I'm having a problem when I try to customize any color theme. When I choose an existing color theme and try to customize it, the theme editor saves the changes but it never applies it to my XWiki. But, when I create a color theme with the configuration I want, the theme editor saves it correctly and applies it to my XWiki, this is OK, the problem comes when I want to change anything in the theme I created because it make the same thing I first say (Save the changes but don't apply them).
64 +>
65 +>I hope I made myself clear.
66 +>
67 +>Thank you for reading and please help me to solve this problem.
68 +>
69 +>Cheers.
70 +)))
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58 58  * 14 March 2016, from Marc Lijour on GetApp:(((
59 59  > There are a lot of software out there to store documents, deal with live text, revisions, and collaboration... but most are just another bucket where information goes to die. XWiki is the programmable information management platform. As a platform, you can expand it with functions that make sense to input, link, display, report, and pretty much everything you need to do with your information to achieve your business outcomes. Plus, you don't need to be a hardcore programmer to get to use it efficiently.
60 60  )))
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62 -* 8 March 2016, from Avisser on IRC:(((
76 +* 8 March Z016, from Avisser on IRC:(((
63 63  > you guys are awesome, btw. The xwiki gets way more use than stupid Sharepoint ever did.
64 64  > and the LDAP auth works FAR better than logging into office365
65 65  )))

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