Hi Chikega, Like you, I’m a new user (about 5 weeks into learning Blocs now) and really enjoying it. I’ve done 2 sites, both now live using Volt, and it’s extremely simple to use. Both sites have about 90% of the content editable by the client should they wish:
(this one takes a bit of time to load as it’s full of sound samples)
My first stumble was not checking which php version the hosting service was on, but once changed to V7.2 or higher, all fine.
I think the main thing to remember is to set up your classes as you go along and assign them to your Volt Brics, as you can’t change fonts or colours within the Volt editor - that was my second stumble!
I’ve never used Pulse, and as far as I know there’s no support for a Blog imminent in Volt, but by a bit of fiddling, you could get a blog-like page out of it (ish), by judicious use of bold, italic, the odd picture etc. Not ideal but useable at a push if a client wanted to update a bit of news weekly or whatever.
Although I haven’t tried incorporating it into a Blocs project yet, a client of mine uses Blogger which is free, and it was the simple matter of copying a bit of code into an Adobe Muse widget - don’t know how easy that would be to implement in Blocs, but it seems doable, and when the Blogger blog is updated it’s automatically fed into the Blocs web page.
As theVolt developer has said, he wants it to be a lightweight CMS, but given what it says it does, it does it very well, and simple to use once you get past the 2 stumbles mentioned earlier.
I give Volt CMS a walloping big thumbs up.