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Thread began 4/15/2009 4:24 pm by jazzman247315378 | Last modified 6/02/2009 8:52 am by jazzman247315378 | 3009 views | 12 replies

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Good point David -- we are all new to it. I guess I should have clarified a little more and said I'm new to the "eCommerce/catalog" site building world -- not to html.

I purchased PowerStore with the hopes that I could have more control over the look and feel of the store as opposed to the monotonous look of a "stock" store.

The difficulty I'm having is that I have:
1. Downloaded and printed all of the help files for PowerStore and have done each
point as a checklist.
2. Set up my sql and phpserver -- I can see the table structure on my host
2. uploaded my local files to my web host (1and1) via DWCS3 (after trying
to edit the .dwt file through DWCS3)
3. Attempted to edit/add product

At this stage of the game, I see the files on my host. But I can not get the function. I have checked and rechecked paths, but I am still not having any luck. What am I missing?

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