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No CMS Redirect?

Thread began 4/16/2012 12:22 pm by Martin | Last modified 4/16/2012 8:55 pm by Martin | 852 views | 4 replies


Hi Jason,

Anytime I have created a Power CMS Builder site, it has always created an admin_cms folder, a cms folder, a connections folder, and all the others.

Inside the cms folder is an index.php file with a php header redirect file.

I just noticed on two new sites I created with Design Extender (instead of Power CMS Builder) that it did not create this folder.

I find that the cms folder was a nice "friendly" url I could provide my clients to login to the CMS versus the lengthy file URL as it would exist right now.

Of course it is easy to create a folder and a php with a header redirect. I just wanted you to know it appeared to be "missing".


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