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Thread began 2/08/2013 2:37 pm by kelly341459 | Last modified 2/08/2013 3:38 pm by kelly341459 | 518 views | 5 replies


I got frustrated with being unable to get it to work this way, so I decided to try starting the site with >Build Site >New Site Sculptor Site. That seemed to work, all connections looked fine, I uploaded everything, I opened a page, everything seemed to install fine, I went to the page, I clicked on >edit and was able to edit a couple of sections. Then I went back to Dreamweaver and all CMS Content sections just say "Content Area Not Found". I tried >WebAssist > CMS > Reload Content -- it seems like it is upload and/or downloading some files - then after 2-3 minutes, it stops and nothing changes. there any good documentation for using this? I've looked at what you have online, but many things just breeze over certain sections and don't give details. Anything with step by step instructions? I've found this to be the case with most or the products I've used from WebAssist.

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