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Thread began 7/19/2011 11:41 am by edrosenthal350859 | Last modified 7/22/2011 11:48 am by edrosenthal350859 | 970 views | 7 replies

edrosenthal350859

working around issues

i seem to have overcome the earlier deficits. once i was able to finish the install - I just am proceeding as if i didn't have builder though. i put in place in php files the top two required files, then on the remote server use the cms to add content, and get the developer notes.
than i put the notes into the local file, and upload. not sure if i would screw things up if i did it any other way. sure this is not the envisioned workflow is it? i probably can save a step or two if i was confident the thing would work properly...

---*** i am having an issue with the image icon though. i am trying to figure that one out first, before another postal...
i believe its because dw did not upload all the files i asked it to, especially in the kfm directory...
i especially appreciate the font code is in place in the editor, instead of manually putting it there, and can i expect
to be able to upload from the desktop, through the editor, a local file for an image?

it is possible that because i did not have those required files added before trying to use builder, that i wouldn't get the javascript error. perhaps when i have more time and want to experiment on a file where i don't have to worry about so much, like one that doesn't go into production, i will though...
i think the most suspicious problem was that not all the files and directories were uploaded by builder, but also that the javascript error does not lend itself to investigation, by this detective anyway!
thanks!

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