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WA_eCart directory placement . . .

Thread began 4/08/2009 5:34 pm by wetware | Last modified 4/09/2009 1:24 pm by wetware | 3867 views | 2 replies


WA_eCart directory placement . . .

Admitting to my lack of knowledge is getting easier.
What is a "floater directory" (location & purpose)? I ran across the term in another post (4.1.6 breaks DW CS4). Not sure if the following question relates . . .
While using DW CS4 (still on eCart 4.1.5) I've noticed that a "new" WA_eCart directory has appeared in my site structure. Let's say that:
contains my index.html plus ABC.php files & WA_eCart directory. The pages display & progress/link in DW, but do not "live" unless the WA_eCart directory is uploaded to:
o:\website level.
Of course, the unintentional comedy level was high as I deleted one directory only to find that either DW or "live" had become broken. Disappearing .GIF files (along with bindings) causing temporary panic, et cetera . . .
Thanks in advance . . .

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