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PowerStore set up

Thread began 8/12/2009 2:49 pm by lrawlins367093 | Last modified 8/12/2009 7:52 pm by lrawlins367093 | 658 views | 1 replies


PowerStore set up


I gave in and have purchased PowerStore 2, but find the step-by-step procedures seem to wander about drunkenly at times.

How about a real step-by-step without having to go from one document to another to another then back to the first and on to the next step.

It also doesn't tell me where the store is to be located in my site. Is is as a sub-domain or a certain folder in the site, or do I toss out the work I did initially setting up the layout of the site and use the templates for PowerStore 2 and start all over from scratch.

Yes, admittedly this is fits in the "stupid question" category better documentation avoids most of these.

Why not allow prospective buyers the ability to read documentation in advance before they spend money on something that they may later regret?


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