The layout and Coding are all done now.
Now just a couple of days of trying to figure out every scenario that anyone would come across that would crash the site and writing safety code in to the scripts to prevent that from happening - plus a couple of refinements on the Plugins. Will be available by Friday at the latest.
Here is a full working DEMO where you can LOGIN and look behind the scenes - and see how it works. Push any buttons you want - the Save feature is DISABLED:
(login by clicking the little green TV in the left bottom corner of the website)
USERNAME - test
PASSWORD - testhttp://rwwebhost.com/demo/
I should clearify the purpose of this website build. Even though I called it a Template at the start, because that is the term bantied around so many forums all the time - - - it is in reality a Website Application or Coded Program. There are no Multiple Template choices - it will look however you want it to look within the basic framework.
I have created with the phpCrazySite, a website that is every versatile and very easy to change to the look you want visually. It does not - and could not - provide everything possible. It is a fixed structure (content area is 740pixels by 420pixels) that will allow all the layers of boxes to contain their own color or background image for a completely customizable visual experience.
The WYSIWYG editor is the only plugin that allows live editing of the content area. The other plugins (random image, slide show and opg) are very efficient scripts that I have made in the past that I have adapted to work within the content area by linking a folder of images to them. You will be required to upload the folder of images to your server space and then enter the folder name on the page - - - and they run perfectly without a database structure. After posting the concept I wondered if there was a way to include the popular SimpleViewer and other Flash appllications into the content area - - - and came up with the FlashViewer plugin that is essentially an iframe that links to a self contained webpage running a flash app or to the Simpleviewer Folder. Nothing too magical - it just works and deals with the problem so many have had trying to figure out how to make Simpleviewer into a proper website. Now you can.
The phpCrazySite saves the frustration of trying to learn html or how to edit text files that run Flash programs. If you don't want to learn how to upload a folder of images, all 9 Linked Menu pages can be made to look the way you want and contain the wording and images you want from the Web Browser. You would just have to learn how to transfer the website package to your server by FTP (I have a flash video that describes that easy step).