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CMS Builder in own (sub) directory

Thread began 6/27/2011 3:26 am by neilo | Last modified 6/28/2011 4:13 pm by neilo | 740 views | 3 replies


Thanks Jason,

A feature to have PCMSB install to its own directory would be the icing on the cake. Ta for putting the feature request through.

It would be handy if the fact that the extension currently installs to the root directory were noted on the extension overview and features page, as these currently say:

  Manage existing PowerCMS sites

Any Dreamweaver website that has PowerCMS 2 installed, can use PowerCMS Builder to further enhance their content management experience. Great for developers who don’t want to use the PowerCMS admin every time they need to add something for their clients.  

As many (certainly my) existing installations will be in a sub-directory, PCMSB would be of no benefit to these at all.

The whole idea is excellent and will be incredibly useful once the directory choice is provided.

Look forward to a future update!


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