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Managing a CMS site...

Thread began 1/07/2013 9:24 pm by boby | Last modified 1/11/2013 9:32 am by boby | 1030 views | 9 replies


Managing a CMS site...

Hi, I am new to WebAssist SuperSuite. I am practicing integrating CMS in websites. I went thru the process of creating a CMS with Site Sculptor Site and creating a local server in Dreamweaver CS5. Everything went well editing in PowerCMS and coming back to Dreamweaver to see the changes, and also editing in Dreamweaver and seeing the results in PowerCMS. Everything is well in a local server environment. I then tried the same with a live server. All the installation is well but the problem is in editing the content in Dreamweaver. I am able to edith whit no problems in PowerCMS and seeing the results on my live server. I even went thru login in PowerCMS to edit like a user would do. My question is, is it normal that I can't edith in Dreamweaver when I click on CMS content? It is also displaying «Content Area Not Found» just besides the CMS Content place holder. Because I am in a PHP environment Dreamweaver wants to create a testing server...Is this possible to have the local folder, the remote server and a testing all related to each other?

I am blocked at this point even after searching in google and reviewing training videos.

Help is greatly appreciated...

Thank You!


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