We really appreciate your willingness to use Toaster CMS and contribute to its improvement! And your feedback is more than important for us!
Let me answer the questions you opened in your recent messages.
1. Toaster 2.3 release.
We did release new version 2.3 last week. the Press Release is being prepared so far. However you are welcome to find the details here
2. Automatic updater.
I don’t quite understand what you mean by “the pop up window just shows my site front page”. Anyway please try to clear cache and delete some obsolete CSS styles that might cause visual defects on your site.
System cache - http://take.ms/QGCVA
Browser cache - http://take.ms/udkXI
Also I hope you noticed the alert asking you to backup the site before pressing the update button. This is a beta version of the automatic updater. And I’m sure you will agree with me that it is always better to have a back-up in hand before doing any major changes on a site, not only CMS update.
3. Mobile version.
You may forget about this plugin http://www.seotoaster.com/mobile-website-design-development.html
It was used by older versions of Toaster in the past. Now it is not applicable.
Actually the page is in draft. How did you find it?
For now mobile compatibility for Toasted sites can be achieved by two ways:
3.a. Simpler mobile version.
Consists of independent mobile templates with their own CSS styles. Such templates are marked as “mobile pages” in Toaster (http://take.ms/uacUl
) and they get populated on mobile devices instead of desktop templates.
Please note that mobile templates cover only those pages which belong to them, the rest of pages are shown with original desktop design on mobile devices.
By the way the theme http://equipment-website-templates.seotoaster.com/
is built with mobile templates. We are going to update it in the nearest future for our Toaster users because now it seems to have lost some formatting.
3.b. Advanced mobile version.
The idea - all the templates are built with CSS media queries with the integration of responsive/adaptive design.
I'm happy to present you our special CSS framework called Flexkit. It allows to build pages responsive by default and then modify them to fit mobile devices any way you want (hide, restyle blocks, change their behaviour etc.).
You are welcome to download Flexkit and learn more about it here
By the way this theme http://ecommerce-adaptive-design.seotoaster.com/
and the one available with the latest Toaster version are built on Flexkit CSS framework.
I hope that my answers were detailed enough to be more or less useful for you :)
Should you have any further questions feel free to ask.
Alina, Project Manager