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Thread began 8/14/2009 2:13 pm by martistott342331 | Last modified 2/28/2017 11:39 am by martistott342331 | 1495 views | 28 replies

GerhardC

I am about to give up on this altogether.
Thanks for the php script. But, I don't know what I should call the page I will have created, where to save it and how to get it to "display the location of the php.ini file that your site is actually using". It is just not the kind of stuff I know - I am a NOVICE.

So, I have downloaded Notepad ++, watched several YouTube videos, which have served to partially direct me to what should have been very simple instructions. In the end I have created a page called "find.php", saved it in my Xampp/htdocs folder and have Run it from the Notepad ++ menu. Please find a screenshot of the screen I get. Thanks.

Because I am no further than my first enquiry a month ago, I have used another computer altogether, downloaded Xampp, installed it and bought $40 worth of Dreamweaver Creative Cloud subscription in the hope that I could use WebAssist via Adobe's Creative Cloud. However, this has produced no results and the tutorials on your website do not deal with how to install DataBridge in Adobe's latest version of DW on Creative Cloud. All you have on your website is "Install DataBridge" and "Download WADatabridge123.zxp" buttons. That's it. Where you have a video that talks about installation it doesn't deal with the latest version of Adobe CC.

For instance, your tutorial says, 'go to the Help tab in DW and find the Manage Extensions link'. As it turns out, DW in CC does not have a Manage Extension link. How can this be so hard!!

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