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    Has someone tried Unicore HTML Template. Before purchasing need to be sure if it would work in NOF15.

    http://themeforest.net/item/unicore-...ilder/15917131

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    It's not a Fusion template so you won't be able to use it directly as a Fusion template. Presumably it comes with a PSD layered file so you could use the assets and rebuild the pages in Fusion using those assets.

    Conversely you can't use a Fusion template in Mobilise or Wordpress either.

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    Code goes before the end head tag on any page you need recognized by cell telephone.

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    It's October and reading this thread some hook, line and sinker fans remained faithful for NOF 2016 even though NOF's last update was 03.24.2015.

    From then to today, (use Coupon Y2YGC4R7 to get NOF for $49*) NOF's current business model is to build a frustrated user base that relies on old druids to provide volunteer support, with the occasional peppering of the forum sycophant?

    Curiouser and curiouser, who the players are in the The Pied Piper's New Clothes.
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    Nobody has yet emulated, let alone surpassed, Fusion's site development and management ability. Sure, it's behind on components (but it's easy enough to insert 3rd party ones) and responsive output, but no other site gives you the ability to easily manage whole sites. Pretty much every application, including the ones I use more at the moment, are page design applications. Fusion still has its place and is ahead of the pack still in the vital ability to very quickly develop and design a site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franko View Post
    Nobody has yet emulated, let alone surpassed, Fusion's site development and management ability.
    I understand the opposite but that conversation has been had too many times over too long a period resulting in my opinion above. Keep the 'faith', after all, fax machines are still a thing.
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    If the Homepage was responsive there would be no need for all of the rest of the pages to be responsive.

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