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now that I have CMS100 working where do I put files

Thread began 10/01/2009 6:14 pm by mehd389652 | Last modified 10/01/2009 7:15 pm by mehd389652 | 1288 views | 4 replies


Yes I read that notes and thought that might be the case

Originally Said By: Neil Beadle
  You'll notice that as you add content within PowerCMS there will be "Developer Notes" listed at the bottom of the Detail page. These notes include the code you will need to apply to your PHP pages wherever you wish this content to display.

One thing to note is that the code assumes that you are placing the files in the root of your site. If this is not the case, for example, you place files within a subdirectory, you will need to adjust the path accordingly.  

Mike Said:

Yes it will just be a case of me experimenting

with it now.

Thank you for your response Neil. This will be useful

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