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Timescale for sub directory

Thread began 6/29/2011 6:22 am by mds119803 | Last modified 6/29/2011 2:57 pm by mds119803 | 736 views | 1 replies


Timescale for sub directory

I bought PowerCMS a few months ago and am using it on one of my sites. I now need to add it to 4 other sites and so have looked at CMS Builder to make use of the unlimited licences. However, before buying I've had a look around the forum and if I understand correctly CMSBuilder will put everything into my root rather than it's own folder (as PowerCMS does). This seems to be a problem for people and would definitely be for me too. I need to implement a CMS solution quite soon and so wondered how quick you will be changing the folder structure it sets up on installation as you intimate in an earlier post you will? - is it a case of days or weeks or longer, as if it is iminent then it would be worth me waiting for it.

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