Recently I moved www.silverfishlongboarding.com over to Geeklog. Silverfish Longboarding
is a fairly large site (24,000+ hits in 2 weeks, ~18,000 posts in the forums and several
hundred gallery pages).
Tese are some of the issues I've encountered with the switch to Geeklog. I am posting
these because I think that Geeklog is an EXCELLENT CMS and in my opinion these features
would make it an even more viable option for larger sites.
-Pagination in articles-this is very important to me.
-More user information (last visit, pages visited, more info in default profile)
-Ability to have more than 5 images in articles
-A review system with ratings and/or the ability to rate articles.
-An option to add alt tags to images in articles
-Ability to edit templates from within control panel (like 4images)
-Sub-categories in the links section.
-Better, easier PHPBB integration
-Release of default template source images. (e.g. photoshop files for xSilver)
-Ability to edit and add "whats related" links in articles
-More detailed stats-breakdown of day/week/month etc.
Some of the things I really like about Geeklog is that it is:
-Easy to change templates
-Easy to create blocks, plugins and static pages
-Nice default template
It looks a lot like my old site.
-Easy to use
Overall, I think the developers of Geeklog are doing a great job. Keep it up!