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Dreamweaver CS5, MAMP, and Site Sculpter error

Thread began 2/20/2012 11:18 pm by caricatu310873 | Last modified 2/21/2012 4:24 pm by caricatu310873 | 1466 views | 6 replies

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Dreamweaver CS5, MAMP, and Site Sculpter error

Hello Folks,

I created a site with Dreamweaver CS5 and Site Sculptor.
I setup Dreamweaver to use a LOCAL server on my computer. I use MAMP PRO.

When I try to view the index.php file on my browser I get the "Site Sculptor Content Management Install Wizard" with an error message:
"Files and directories cannot be created. Verify the Site Sculptor directory has write permissions on your server."

How do I give the Site Sculptor directory write permissions on my local server? Is this something I do in the Dreamweaver CS5 server setup or in MAMP?

Thank you in advance for your help!

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