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Checkout Wizard File Creation problems

Thread began 8/26/2011 8:08 pm by randy153228 | Last modified 8/29/2011 1:10 pm by randy153228 | 686 views | 1 replies


Checkout Wizard File Creation problems

This is probably a really stupid question, but I am pulling my hair out trying to figure out why the Wizard is putting the files in the locations that it is putting them in.

I have my setup so that dreamweaver logs into my root directory, which is where my public_html folder is for my public site. I have it setup this way so that I can see the files that are in the root directory. The root directory also contains the WA_eCart folder that contains the configuration file. When I run the wizard, it asks for the directory that I want the files in ie: public_html/cart/. It creates folders in the strangest places. How am I supposed to have it setup so that it will put the files in the folders that I specify. I don't want images and CSS files in the root directory, as they cannot be accessed from within the public_html directory, but I don't want my config files, and files with passwords in the public_html directory. I am lost!

Thank you!

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