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WA_localURLToFilePath is not defined

Thread began 8/08/2012 10:40 am by kennythewil440506 | Last modified 8/09/2012 1:51 pm by kennythewil440506 | 1052 views | 12 replies

kennythewil440506

WA_localURLToFilePath is not defined

Hi everyone

Just trying to teach myself "Creating a Content Management System with Design Extender" via WebAssist video tutorial on youtube. Following the step by step instructions by creating new site and pointing the Local Site Folder to an empty existing folder named "cms-site" in the xampp\htdocs directory and setting up a localhosting server. Thereafter, I navigate to WebAssist menu => Build Site => and once I click on the "New Site Sculptor Site. An error pop's up saying: WA_localURLToFilePath is not defined.

Basic info about my computer are:
Window Vista Home Premium
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9000 @ 2.00GHz 2.00GHz
Memory (RAM): 6.00GB
System type: 64-bit Operating System

Using DreamWeaver CS5 and the version of my Design Extender is: 1.1.0

Your help will be appreciated, thanks!

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