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Thread began 5/16/2011 3:21 pm by lilyvo30405875 | Last modified 6/29/2011 10:41 am by lilyvo30405875 | 1418 views | 4 replies

sublucentBeta Tester

same issue, plus some

The HTML editor doesn't seem to be connected to any image folder. It will allow me to upload an image but won't show it in the browse server window and when I try to upload the same image again it says the file already exists.

Also, every time I click on the source button in the HTML editor or click update to update a page in Power CMS it adds a paragraph tag <p>&nbsp;</p> before and after an unordered list at the top of my editable area making the CMS useless. Weird.

Also, I can't edit the Power CMS editable area in Dreamweaver. I get an error that PCMS_Edit_ContentID_<![CDATA[1]]>_Temp.php was not found. It's pointing to my site root and that file is definitely not there.

Also, Power CMS was quick to replace my logo it with it's own. Why does it have to fill my root image folder with it's images. Can't it save them all into it's own folder?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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