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Problems after install of powercms

Thread began 7/28/2011 12:29 pm by admin140217 | Last modified 7/28/2011 12:50 pm by admin140217 | 925 views | 1 replies


Problems after install of powercms

So far I have 2 problem after a brand new install on a clients server.

I uploaded powercms and set up went fine, the first issue was none of the images once logged in showed up. The path show that they are pointing to the admin_cms/images directory. There is not an admin_cms/images directory set up in the software package after extracting the files. I had to copy the images folder from the powercms directory to get them to show up.

Problem 2...

The paths seem to be wrong when editing within the administration. When I click the edit button to initially start editing for content here is the path I get:


It is looking for the contents_update.php in the admin_cms/common folder. The file is not located in the admin_cms/common it is in the admin_cms directory.

So I'd like to know what's going on and why the paths are all screwed up on a fresh brand new download of the software.

Unless I missed something, I don't know that I did anything wrong in the process, everything was smooth up to that point.

Any suggestions? I should have to mess with anything in the pre-built solutions as far as I know.

This is with powercms 2.1.1

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