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Can I have it on a subdomain and control content on main site to avoid conflict?

Thread began 6/20/2011 7:41 pm by cldsk369146 | Last modified 6/22/2011 2:41 pm by cldsk369146 | 629 views | 2 replies

cldsk369146

Can I have it on a subdomain and control content on main site to avoid conflict?

I am adding in the CMS to a friend's website using PowerCMS, and I noticed that when I have it loaded on the root of the main site, that there is a conflict (i think with the already existing javascripts on the site). I am now trying to set up the CMS on a subdomain and have it control the content on the main site, but this doesn't appear to be working? Can this be done?

The Site that I installed it on the root and having the error is: www.robert-hanley.saviodesigns.com (see attached image for error I get)

The site with the subdomain isL:
actor.php (I have a content area listed here, but it is not displaying the data.

The CMS is loaded on www.cms.saviographic.com

Many thanks!
~Chris

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