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Most of you probably don’t know this but webdevmania is a part of the enavu network. As of lately enavu has been building an online project management system. As of about 24 hours ago enavu acquired tutsvalley.com, since then we have been working hard to design a new blog interface for both webdevmania and tutsvalley.

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Most of you probably don’t know this but webdevmania is a part of the enavu network. As of lately enavu has been building an online project management system. As of about 24 hours ago enavu acquired tutsvalley.com, since then we have been working hard to design a new blog interface for both webdevmania and tutsvalley.

Most of you probably don’t know this but webdevmania is a part of the enavu network. As of lately enavu has been building an online project management system. As of about 24 hours ago enavu acquired tutsvalley.com, since then we have been working hard to design a new blog interface for both webdevmania and tutsvalley. We are expecting the launch of both blogs with new design around December 1st. After that we will be releasing articles much more regularly as we are gaining new staff. Please bear with us as we work on bringing you the new an redesigned enavu network.

Thanks to all our readers for your support.

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  • You never know how much is the designer and how much is the client or how close the devs (EL) followed the original design.

  • Forgot – What exactly don’t you like about the main tabs – They are nice & clean, what were you expecting?

  • You know that there are several themes to choose from?  I think Jesse from 31Three made one of the alternate themes, if I’m not mistaken.  And from what I hear, more themes are being developed.  BTW, I saw Veerle’s screenshots from her original designs and they look identical to the EE implementation. 

    Regarding error messages:  You can control whether errors are shown to you or not (only admins see errors, regardless).  You can also set your config file such that errors messages are instead logged.  CI gives you more control over errors and how they are managed.  It even makes them look prettier than raw PHP errors.  Not sure what you beef is with the error message…. BTW, 1.x displays errors too, based on your settings.  You’ve probably just never seen an error.

  • EE2.0 is not really ready to be used for live sites and i think everyone already knows that. Show me something with a perfect version 1 and I’ll give you a dollar.

  • I agree with all statements from above, and I suppose i was playing a bit of devils advocate on this one. I saw everyone being positive, hence i thought why not find everything that i feel is wrong and write about it. Thanks for the comments anyways! I love EE and i’m very happy about EE 2.0! Long live CI and EE

  • I agree with the review – I was also quite disappointed with the default cp theme. Compared to WordPress’s admin, I think EE 2.0 has plenty of catching up.

  • Get to know copulate information.I was undiagnosed to this thing. Expectation to get much from you superficial looking towards for your incoming article.

  • You wrote a good review on this article. I can see a good blogger in your article. And you presentation is also good. Keep on posting the good articles.I want to say that it’s really perfect version ( I downloaded it by
    torrent search engine) and I love EE 2.0 and don’t agree with the comment that it is bad version

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