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Thread began 10/13/2009 12:40 pm by temmerman16384006 | Last modified 10/13/2009 4:58 pm by temmerman16384006 | 581 views | 2 replies

temmerman16384006

ecart

Hi

I'm completely new to using a shopping cart and relatively new to dreamweaver. I just have a few questions. My site that I am building has the usual html and css. If I add ecart for my shopping cart do I need to save the html pages as php pages...how does that work? I tried going through the tutorial. I copied all the starting point files into a folder but I am rather confused on the initial setup. Do I just create my own root folder and drop those files into it which is what i did. THen on the manage section of dreamweaver i located that folder and the image folder. When I switch over to testing server i clicked on php sql, and then i'm not sure what to put for the testing server folder?? Do I need to go through all this or can I just save my html pages as php pages and will that fix the problems.

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